Largest Supported Memory Card?

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    Does the droid support 64gb microSD cards or only 16 and 32gb?
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    I haven't looked for a larger sdcard in a month or so. I didn't even know you could get a 32Gb micro sdcard, let alone a 64Gb. Where have you seen this card at?
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    I don't think you can buy them yet. But Samsung announced that they will be producing a 64GB and some other company said by 2011 they will have a 128GB
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    Thanks for the info. I'll keep an eye on that.
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    Ive never seen them in person but I've seen (and read about support for) 32gb cards and just read a few hours ago that sandisk came out with a 64gb card.

    I dont think I'll be getting a 64gb anytime soon considering theyre $450!

    The 32gb cards are a little more reasonable at around $90.
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    Your first link shows it is 350 bucks, just fyi
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    Not sure why anyone would need more then 16gb lol

    My first HD was 100mb..... lmao
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    My first "hard drive" was a 5.25" floppy and I know there are people here that could probably beat that. :)
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    lol a floppy is a floppy... lol not a hard drive. :)
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    I may not be reading it right, but those links don't appear to be micro. Am i wrong? I saw a centon 32gb on the related link, but it doesn't say in the description it's a micro.
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    Why? :) Because it's available... I doubt I'd ever fill it up, but I'd sure try:icon_ banana:
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    Haha didnt notice that, I didnt even read the site thanks.

    movies, tv shows, craploads of music, etc..

    My first HDD was 5gb :D

    wow youre right, im dumb...
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    So long as they don't change the hardware that reads the MicroSDHC cards, then the Droid will be able to read them. You might need a driver for them, but that's easy to get and will prob be provided by Motorola or samsung (or whomever gets the new card out first).
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    as far as ive read you get a total of 32g. You get 16g card with the phone and can insert another 16g card right next to it if you go buy one.
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