AT&T Tells Samsung Focus Owners to Wait On MicroSD Swap
AT&T has issued a warning to Samsung Focus buyers that, even though the phone allows for a complicated microSD card upgrade process, they should wait for cards certified for Microsoft's new mobile OS. The issue apparently surrounds the throughput speeds of microSD cards, as Windows Phone 7 requires a high-speed card class. AT&T says that no existing cards are certified for Windows Phone 7, but that certified cards will eventually be available in AT&T stores and elsewhere.
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So not true!!!!!
can we say "B.S!" ?
what a bunch of crap. they sit around and spin old wives tales. "windows phone 7 certified" 🤣
"Windows Phone 7 requires a certified high-speed microSD card for optimal performance. Because the Samsung Focus is ...
If random access speed is all that important, why not require certified hard disks for Windows 7 64-bit, etc.?
Microsoft would be giving cellular phone companies a monopoly with the ability to price ...
SD cards with Windows 7
You could use the 8 gig flash if you want.
Microsoft Aka Micro "transactions will make your bank account" soft
Kinda whack about the memory card issue, but....
I had thought that