Google Photots will have to pay for more than 15GB of storage.
With the help of Google Photos, you have been able to get rid of the storage problem by saving your photos in it, but now you have to pay a charge for uploading more than 15 GB of data on Google Photos.
- Last Updated:November 15, 2020, 5:56 PM IST
In such a situation, what is the most cost effective way of storing photos or files on your smartphone? Should you keep uploading your snaps to the cloud or store them on a computer? Should you pay for a larger hard drive on your device, or perhaps think about an external hard drive?
Talking about smartphones, firms like Apple and Samsung make money from memory. You have to spend an extra $ 100 for every 128 GB memory you add to the iPhone or Galaxy. It has storage up to 512 GB. The NAND flash memory chip costs $ 1.66.read this also- Public Investment Fund to buy 2.04% stake in Reliance Retail, to invest 9555 crore
Meanwhile, Google is offering 128 GB of memory in its Pixel handset. The main consumer cloud providers are iCloud, Google One, Microsoft OneDrive and Dropbox Inc. for 200 GB for $ 2.99 per month and 2 terabytes for $ 9.99. Can expect to pay