SanDisk introduces 16 GB microSD and M2 memory cards

26 Sep, 2008

If you were just running out of space on your memory card - here come some good news for you. SanDisk is going to start shipping 16GB microSD and M2 memory cards as early as next month.

The 16GB of capacity will give the M2 and microSDHC-compatible phones a chance to match the iPhone and the likes' memory capacity. While there is no official information yet which phone models will be compatible with the new standard we can bet any handset supporting the 8GB cards will manage to handle that too. And best of all, the availability of the new 16GB cards will most probably make the 8GB models more affordable.

The 16GB microSD cards are expected to hit the shelves at a price of 70 euro (100 US dollars), while the 16GB M2 cards will sell for about 90 euro (130 US dollars).


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 02 Dec 2016
  • r$b

Will this work for the Blu Diva flip phone?

  • Anonymous
  • 17 Nov 2008
  • LJ4

does this card work with xperia ?

  • Arxx
  • 11 Nov 2008
  • mh0

Hello. It works, but in my phone opening i.e the image gallery takes about a minute or so with the 16gb card. just a secound with the 8gb.

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