iPhone fanboys - give up now. Game is OVER. Why would you buy a ridiculous piece of hardware that's going to fill up in months, when Android just gets a bigger card.
The underlying issue is that they're still using NAND with very low endurance and poor controllers. I wish they'd give us something on par with industrial eMMC at least. Though I suppose the bottleneck ultimately may be the pinout.
Tons of phones lack a removable battery. I think the Xperia Z phones all did, to my knowledge all the newer Blackberry phones do, all the recent Nexus phones do. Samsung was the steadfast exception, but they did away with that in the new S6.
A 64g card is fine for me, I usually have a few movies and tv shows on my card just incase, that plus music and books.
I don't need a 200g card at all but the good thing about this is it will drive down the cost of 64g/128g cards.
Are you so much of a retarded child that you think companies offer the service for free? Data centers aren't cheap. They're making a profit off of every customer, and they do it by data mining.