Rejoice, 16GB memory cards due out in October

Rejoice, 16GB memory cards due out in October
Is your phone's 8GB removable memory card almost full and you're not sure what to do? If so, the wait is almost over as SanDisk officially announced their upcoming release of 16GB memory cards. Beginning in October, BestBuy will begin selling 16GB microSDHC and M2 cards for $99.99 and 129.99, followed by Verizon selling the 16GB microSDHC card in November. If your phone currently supports 8GB microSDHC cards, there is a good chance the 16GB will work, but may require a software update depending on the manufacture.  The M2 (Memory Stick Micro) version is only for Sony Ericsson models. But if you're holding out for the 32GB cards, you'll probably be waiting until Q4 2009.

source: SanDisk

*UPDATE* For our UK readers, we got a tip that the 16GB microSDHC card is already for sale and for the U.S. it's also listed at Amazon.com for $109.99



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