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geordie81, 14 Jul 2015I only hope that they make advancements in the read write speeds of the chips so that phone ma... moreUFS 2 memory required a separate memory controller because it is not compatible with eMMC. That's why they removed the MicroSD.
I only hope that they make advancements in the read write speeds of the chips so that phone makers do not remove them alltogether from their devices (wasnt it due to speed issues why samsung removed them from the s6/edge? If it was due to space surely they can just add a port in the simcard slot....i would really love to have a note 5 with a 200gb micro sd card but it looks like it aint gonna happen....i know people might ask why such large storage needs, but now that phones can record in 4k amd shoot raw the 32/64gb storage will still run out rapidly....i use both of the above. And also having the ability to upgrade devices such as laptops without having to carry extra drives etc around is great.
Happy 10th anniversary sd my first sd card was 1gb back in 2008 for my blackberry 8830 it was about 27 dollars at radio shack off post could have gotten a better deal at aafes lol
did jesus recieve more mb of data ?
AnonD-305089, 14 Jul 2015Congrats now HTC will acquire them.HTC can't afford Sandisk, Sandisk is massive compared to htc.
piotr., 14 Jul 2015Originally it was an Israeli company.You're drunk
Too bad this trend will slow down in the chase for ultra thin ultra premium phones. Looking at you GS6!
Originally it was an Israeli company.
Congrats now HTC will acquire them.