DaleCooper, 04 Jun 2018Most of the user backup there data in their HDDs. SD card has the higher failure rate than HDD... moreWhat applies to one person usually doesn't to everybody else. Personally I'm doing fine with my 128GB card but I can definitely see the usefulness of a much bigger card. For instance people who use Plex, people insisting on bringing their entire music library in a lossless format. People who wants to record extremely long videos...
The same goes on PC. Some people buys 12TB drives while most are happy with much less than 4TB.
By the way, the weight ratio between a MicroSD card and a typical 3.5 inch drive is more like 1:1,500. :)
10ATP, 03 Jun 2018Is that 4TB external HDD you mention only 3 times heavier than this micro SD card?
By compari... moreMost of the user backup there data in their HDDs. SD card has the higher failure rate than HDDs. I think 64 GB or 128GB is enough for phones and backup the data whenever it is possible because SD cards can be corrupted easily.
Majority of the user buys 64GB microSD card for their phone.
BTW 4 TB HDD is more like 30 times heavier than SD card.
Sky, 04 Jun 2018And what is your point exactly? Can you put your HDD into your phone? No...so?But Why do you need that much space on your phone? BTW SD card has higher failure rate than HDDs.
DaleCooper, 03 Jun 20184TB External HDD costs 1/3 of this SD Card.And what is your point exactly?
Can you put your HDD into your phone?
DaleCooper, 03 Jun 20184TB External HDD costs 1/3 of this SD Card.Is that 4TB external HDD you mention only 3 times heavier than this micro SD card?
By comparing these two devices, are you saying that you would consider carring a 4TB external HDD attached to your phone to store your personal data?
If you answered no to any or all of these questions, then why waste data being stored on a server's HDD somewhere with your comment??? You could have said it out aloud "externally" and probably saved yourself about "1/3" of your time.
Kiyasuriin, 02 Jun 2018I am quite skeptical. Anyhow. Take that rumor with a pound of salt. ^^;Yeah take as much salt as possible but I really hope its true
Is this company legit? Never heard of them, so worried about the safety of data. Still, feels good to vreak that barrier. Upcoming: 1 TB SDs.
LG Superfan, 02 Jun 2018Thats 1TB of storage and if rumors are true upcoming Lenovo Z5 will have 4TB built inI am quite skeptical. Anyhow. Take that rumor with a pound of salt. ^^;
Shanti Dope, 02 Jun 2018Technically, SD Cards aren't made to actually save internal apps inside of them. They're mostl... moreI know. Things that is of value, and things that can't be rescued when the sd card crashes. That's why the sd card isn't important, but internal storage is. But again, if you are using your phone as computer while working with videos and pictures, then slow sf cards are even more useless.
Zenodroid, 01 Jun 2018Ufs? No sd cards have 600-900MBs. And that's why I don't like sd cards in phones. It's not nea... moreTechnically, SD Cards aren't made to actually save internal apps inside of them. They're mostly for personal data like pictures, documents, videos, musics, etc., And they all barely need a very fast read and write speed.
What we need is a higher class SD Card to be able to save higher quality pictures, videos, musics, etc.
And it also makes those personal info safe, because whenever the phone gets a problem, you would feel safe since all the important stuff that you have in the phone are all saved in the memory card.
That's why I never consider phones with no SD Card slot. They're risky when it comes to handling all my personal stuff.
gohelvishalp, 01 Jun 2018I want this type of flagship which hsve removable battery and SD card support BYOD, only solution.
Kiyasuriin, 01 Jun 2018Still exists. As far as I know... Man. This Plus Note 9 (8/512) people will be mindblown! OwOThats 1TB of storage and if rumors are true upcoming Lenovo Z5 will have 4TB built in
Zenodroid, 01 Jun 2018Ufs? No sd cards have 600-900MBs. And that's why I don't like sd cards in phones. It's not nea... moreSamsung unvieled a UFS 2.1 card back in 2016 and even sd card slot as current slots dont support it
geordie81, 01 Jun 2018they havent died off yet but samsung havent bothered to release either the cards or the port t... moreUFS cards would be as fast as built in memory if it was released people would buy base model and put a UFS sd card maybe thats why it never launched