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Thursday, 17 May 2007 10:54

Samsung has 8GB card for mobiles

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Samsung has released an eight-gigabyte memory card, microSD, which it says can store some 2,000 MP3 music files, 4,000 photographs or five DVD-quality movie files.

While the card is only a quarter the size of the widely-used and existing SD card, it is much faster in downloading and uploading multimedia data, the company claimed.

That being so, the company claims it is the largest memory card for mobile phones on the market.

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