With $220 i can buy a few TB of storage, i know they are totally different, i point it out just to show how over priced solid state memory are this days
Anonymouse, 16 Sep 2011Yes. I got one today that I purchased directly from Sandisk and just stuck it in the phone and... moreIn that case, I'll be skipping 32GB straight to 64GB. =)
Better not be trolling. lol
Adrian, 16 Sep 2011By confirming...u mean u actually have one and tested on a galaxy s2?Yes. I got one today that I purchased directly from Sandisk and just stuck it in the phone and it worked.
It would be great to have a list of devices that are compatible with this memory card!
EdB, 16 Sep 2011Status symbol, I guess. I only use 12gb on my desktop computer. Most folks can even fill up th... moreDon´t forget you can install apps on the cards as well.So for a app fanatic this is good
Status symbol, I guess. I only use 12gb on my desktop computer. Most folks can even fill up their 16gb, even with music and a few vids. What, exactly, am I going to put on my phone - 10 hd movies? Once I watch them, I won't want to keep them all on there.
I remember 12 years ago when I got my first PC a pentium 1 wich had 400mb hard, which was huge, now 64 gb is as big as my fingernail...
AnonD-13949, 16 Sep 2011Are feeling Okay? Iphone DOES NOT have MicroSD because it violates with their copyrights tension not. he has got a fake one. just think is it possible that an iphone user doesn't knows whether his iphone has got a card slot or not?
Cant wait until the Software in phones can support these (if they cant already). I'm going to love having a 4.0+inch Meego phone with over 64GB of Storage. No I'm not talking about the N9.
Hopefully it can and will support various mobile phone OS's available. It would be a shame if compatibility problems are encountered...
Coolio, 16 Sep 2011Will it fit in my iphone? The AppStore has an "App" to install it.. Tool!
Mobilemaster, 16 Sep 2011Oh come on, there are SDXC cards for at least 3 months. More than 2 companies has already card... moreI have to agree 'Worlds first 64GB microsdxc card' is wrong. They've been on sale for what seems an eternity now. Also, i've seen 256GB ones, and there's also 2TB ones available.
Anonymouse, 16 Sep 2011I can confirm that they work with the Galaxy S II.By confirming...u mean u actually have one and tested on a galaxy s2?
Coolio, 16 Sep 2011Will it fit in my iphone? Only if you upload it via iTunes.
Hell. my phone supports 32GB card max. i would certainly write a mail to manufacturer asking to release a bug free f/w upgrade ;).....lolz