As we all know, the final memory of a device is not the same as that announced on the model box. In the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the available memory for the user in the 32GB version is approximately 24 GB. This value refers to when we took the device out of the box, but when updating all apps on Google Play this number tends to decrease.
The accessible 24 GB is almost a standard among devices that run on Android, as this is the same amount of storage found on the 32GB version of the HTC One M9. Based on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge numbers, we can expect the 64GB version to have 55GB, and the 128GB version to have approximately 119GB of available storage. Of course, these figures are not widely reported by manufacturers, as changes in regions and system updates modify these capabilities.
As a 16GB model was not manufactured, the problem is not so serious, although many users prefer to store their data on a microSD card.
So, is the amount of storage available on the new Samsung models a problem for you?