Thursday, October 23
128 GB micro-SD for cellphones?
It appears that Sandisk is starting to make this awesome improvement for mobile devices. According to Deccan Herald of India, SanDisk´s Chief Operating Officer, Sanjay Mehrotra, "the tiny thumb-nail size micro-SD card will have the storage capacity equal to today´s PCs."
According to Mr. Mehrotra, the 128 GB micro-SD card will be available to consumers by 2011. The growing number of mobile devices with expansion slots is expected to rise to 950 million by 2010. The company expects that at least half of all mobile users will go for upgrades and replace low capacity memory cards included with cellphones.
In other news, SanDisk is in the process of releasing to consumers its 16 GB microSDHC memory card and Memory Stick Micro (M2). The large capacity microSDHC finger-nail size card will easily handle cell phones with HD video, MP3, HD video/cameras and GPS features. The 16 GB microSDHC is compatible with electronic devices including cell phones that have a micro-SD slot like the SanDisk Sansa Player.
Posted by Brooks Sanford