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Xiaomi Pocophone F1, Samsung Galaxy A20, Xiaomi Mi A2 Storage Options

* Xiaomi Pocophone F1, also known as Xiaomi Poco F1 is a smartphone developed by Xiaomi Inc, and released on August 2018 in India. This smartphone comes with internal storage options of 64/128 GB with 6 GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM, and 256GB/8GB RAM. These have expandable memory via a microSD card up to 256 GB which uses shared SIM slot. 

(In base 2)

64GB = 68.719.476.736 Bytes

64GB = 67.108.864 KB

64GB = 65.536 MB

64GB = 0.0625 TB

(In base 2)

128GB = 137.438.953.472 Bytes

128GB = 134.217.728 KB

128GB = 131.072 MB

128GB = 0.125 TB

(In base 2)

256GB = 274.877.906.944 B

256GB = 268.435.456 KB

256GB = 262.144 MB

256GB = 0.25 TB

* The first model of Samsung Galaxy A series was the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, and released on September 2014. The company introduced the Galaxy A 2019 Series, 5th generation, on February 2019. Samsung Galaxy A20 was announced on March, 2019 and released on April, 2019. It has 3GB RAM with 32GB option, as well as it has expandable memory through a microSD card up to 1 TB.

(In binary or base 2)

1TB = 1,099,511,627,776 Bytes

1TB = 1,048,576 MB

1TB = 1024 GB

1TB = 0.0009765625 PB

* Xiaomi Mi A2, an android smartphone co-developed by Google and Xiaomi, was announced and released on July 2018. It comes with 4GB RAM with 32GB, 4GB RAM with 64GB and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage capacities. 

(In binary)

32GB = 34.359.738.368 Bytes

32GB = 33.554.432 KB

32GB = 32.768 MB

32GB = 0.03125 TB

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