64 GB memory modules now also available for mobile phones

64gb We posted recently on SanDisk’s $200 32 GB microSD card, but of course very soon new users of Microsoft’s new mobile OS will not be able to take advantage of these developments.

Fortunately embedded flash disks actually progress faster than removable storage, mainly due to less constraints on the size of the modules, meaning SanDisk’s announcement of a 64 GB embedded flash module for smartphones (the module on the left) at CTIA yesterday does not come as much of a surprise. 

Of course, unlike removable memory, users have no control over the amount of storage they add to their devices, and we can only hope one of the differentiators Windows Phone 7 OEMs will employ is massive storage, but given that little else remains this is however quite likely.

Via Gearlog.com

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