The press render here is in black, but other than that slight difference, it looks almost exactly like what Schmidt was wielding. And aside from the render, we already have some pretty good hunches as to what's inside: a 4.5-inch display, dual-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM and a 10-megapixel camera. All wrapped up in a kevlar back.
There's a slight chance we could be surprised by a change-up when August 1st rolls around, but this has been one leaky ship so far. Of course the big variable we still don't know is the price. We'll have to wait and see for that. [TheUnlockr via Android Authority]
The Android Playstore is an enticing marketplace, filled with apps you want but you probably won't ever use. If you have any of such apps downloaded, uninstall them from settings --> Apps.
Clear Cache memory
This is where most of your storage space gets occupied after a few days of use. Apps and websites save a lot of data so as to reduce loading time. But this data is almost irrelevant if you have a working internet connection, so delete the cache memory and free up a lot of space.
You can do it by going to:
Settings --> Storage & USB--> Internal Storage-->Cached Data
Move or downsize pictures
With the convinience of cloud storage at the tip of our fingers, pictures doesn't have to stay on your phone and clutter up your storage. Instead, back them up online using Google Photos and delete them from your memory. You'll be surprised by the amount of space you will free up.
Alternatively, download Photo And Picture Resizer and resize the images, so that they occupy minimal space on your storage. Make sure you back up the full-resolution originals first.
Videos take up a mighty lot of space too, so back them up on cloud or upload them privately on YouTube. Then delete them to free up storage.
Delete your downloads
Go to Settings --> Downloads and see if you have downloaded any large file. Delete them to clear up the clutter.
Look for folders that are taking up huge space and delete them
Download ES File Explorer and analyze what folder is taking up the most space. If the folder is not required, delete it and repeat the process.
The most annoying thing with buying a smartphone is dealing with the useless number of bloatware apps that comes pre-loaded with the device.
Most of these apps cannot be deleted, but if you have a rooted device, you can go ahead and delete them using Root Unistaller.
If its not rooted, simply disable these apps from Settings--> Apps
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