SanDisk Reveals Tiny New Memory Cards for Phones
Feb 28, 2004, 12:10 PM by (staff)
SanDisk this week introduced T-Flash, a new type of memory card designed specifically for mobile phones. The new format is smaller than any previous format, at only 11mm x 15mm - less than half the size of a SIM card. Motorola has committed to supporting the format accross its product range, including the new A1000 and E1000 3G phones, and the upcoming V710 CDMA model. Initial capacities will range from 32MB to 128MB. An adapter will allow the cards to be used in SD card slots.
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