The ultra-high speed 1 (UHS-1) standard means that the memory card supports read speeds of 104MB per second. With speeds like these, we can see how the smartphones and tablets of the ideal and not so distant future could finally come without all those different memory versions.
Why the future? Well, when Samsung’s 64GB UHS-1 microSD cards hit stores’ shelves in October don’t expect them to cost tens, but rather hundreds of dollars.
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Galaxy S3 will be able to use this memory card 64gb is the best in the World.
posted on Aug 29, 2012, 7:30 AM 7
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Exfat, which means it needs reformatting to fat32 to work in other devices. Thats sick though that Samsung made their phones compatible with the format. Now if they would just dump that garbage MHL for microHDMI I'd actually buy a phone from them.
posted on Aug 29, 2012, 12:03 PM 0
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Motorola told me that Android OS as of now doesn't support 64gb cards. Looked at a Sandisk back in October when I got my Photon. Not saying it won't support it in the future, maybe ICS but my gingerbread doesn't.
posted on Aug 29, 2012, 8:08 PM 0
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The 64 GB Sandisk SDXC card works with my Galaxy S2. When I first inserted the card it gave me an error. I had to format the card from within the phone (from exfat to fat32). But it detects the memory and works fine. I am running ICS.
posted on Aug 29, 2012, 8:21 PM 1
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