There are moments in life when your phone's camera is crucial: your child's first steps, or their graduation from high school, for instance.
But your phone is likely full of stuff, and you could end up facing this obnoxious message:
There are few things as frustrating in our convenience-filled world as repeatedly running into your phone's storage limit. It means an action as simple as taking a photo is delayed while you free up space ... often by deleting old photos.
For most people hitting that storage limit, there's one culprit: photos.
They take up a lot of space, and you take a lot of them — you might even be taking "HDR" photos (which are even larger files than standard photos). So, what do you do? You have two main options:
Buy a phone with more internal storage, which costs more money.
Regularly offload photos and delete them from your phone, which costs your time.