Nokia Embraces SD Card Format
Sep 14, 2004, 12:53 PM by (staff)
Nokia today announced its support for the SD memory card format. The company has applied for membership in the SD Card Association, and will offer SD-compatible mobile devices starting in the 2nd half of 2005. The move is intended to provide compatibility among future multimedia devices from Nokia and other companies. Nokia will continue to rely on the MMC and RS-MMC formats in parts of its lineup. SD cards generally offer faster transfer rates compared to MMC, while MMC cards are thinner and use less power. Many SD-compatible devices are also compatible with MMC cards.
SanDisk Debuts Two 256 GB MicroSD Cards
SanDisk today announce two new high-capacity microSD memory cards for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Both cards offer 256 GB of storage for photos, music, movies, and other content.
Microsoft Debuts Entry-Level Nokia 130 Handset
Microsoft today announced the Nokia 130, a simple, inexpensive handset meant for first-timers and emerging markets. The candybar-style phone runs the Series 30 platform and includes a 1.8-inch screen, stereo headphone jack, Bluetooth 3.0, and support for memory cards up to 32GB.
SanDisk Says Latest MicroSD Card Is 3X Faster
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SanDisk Reveals 200GB MicroSD Card
SanDisk today announced a new microSDXC memory card for mobile devices that offers a capacity of 200GB. SanDisk claims it is the highest-capacity microSD card made.
This is almost too late, though - we'll be seeing a lot of hard drive based phones and PDAs in the next 6-12 months, I think. Memory cards are a slowly dying breed, at least in their current state and capacity.
This is awesome, I've been wanting SD support for a long time now (works well with my PPC).
This is almost too late, though - we'll be seeing a lot of hard drive based phones and PDAs in the next 6-12 months, I t
At the rate flash memory seems to coming down in pric...