miniSD

miniSD

An intermediate-sized version of the SD memory card. All the mini versions (miniSD, miniSDHD and miniSDXC) were never as widely used as their smaller microSD counterparts. See SD Card and microSD.
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The Nokia Lumia 1525 is also said to be equipped with a 3400 mAh capacity battery, Quad core, Krait 450 processor, Adreno 420 (2160p) Graphics processor, 3072 MB RAM system memory, 32 GB built-in storage and a miniSD expansion storage.
These new connectors offer a 70% space reduction over miniSD products and include a brake feature for smooth card extraction.
lt;p>Memory cards in multiple sizes and capacity based on the SDHC specification, including the miniSD and microSD formats, are commonly used removable memory in mobile phones.
The new 2GB microSD dual adapter pack (SDC/2GB-2ADP), consisting of a 2GB microSD card, a microSD to miniSD card adapter and a microSD to full-size SD card adapter, costs GBP27.
The Toshiba SD Memory card line-up now includes miniSD in capacities ranging from 512MB(8) to 2GB, microSD cards in capacities of 256MB, 512MB and 1GB, and SDHC Cards in capacities of 4GB and 8GB.
What it Packs: Incredibly thin, sleek design and light weight; miniSD card slot for extendable storage of documents, photos, music, and video
Up to 2GB of music content, approximately 999 songs, can be stored in the miniSD Memory Card, allowing the user to create their own music library.
The 50MB memory can be expanded with miniSD cards of up to 2GB - around 90 minutes worth of video, or 2500 high quality photographs, if my maths is right.
The device comes packaged with a 16MB removable miniSD memory card and adapter, plus stereo earphones and USB cable for printing photos directly from the phone to any PictBridge-enabled printer.
The device comes packaged with a 16MB removable miniSD memory card and adapter, stereo earphones, and a USB cable for printing photos directly from the phone to any PictBridge-enabled printer.
It uses SD memory cards or miniSD cards for recording.
QUALCOMM Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), pioneer and world leader of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) digital wireless technology, and SanDisk Corporation (Nasdaq: SNDK), the world's largest supplier of flash memory cards, recently announced support for removable miniSD and SD cards in QUALCOMM Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets.