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  1. #1
    Lasse Jensen
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    It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices. Any hints
    one which one they'll use in the future?

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  2. #2
    Simon Templar
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    Lasse Jensen wrote:
    > It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices. Any hints
    > one which one they'll use in the future?


    No idea, it is a shame they are playing around with so many different
    cards. It would be good if they could settle with just one like they
    did with one charging socket for so long.


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  3. #3
    Lasse Jensen
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    Simon Templar wrote:

    > Lasse Jensen wrote:
    >> It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices. Any
    >> hints one which one they'll use in the future?

    >
    > No idea, it is a shame they are playing around with so many different
    > cards. It would be good if they could settle with just one like they
    > did with one charging socket for so long.


    Exactly. I just brought a 2 gb RS-MMC for my 6230i thinking it would be
    compatible with the new series of smartphones. But only the E60 will take
    it, and its not quite multimedia oriented.

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  4. #4
    Anonymous
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    "Lasse Jensen" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Simon Templar wrote:
    >
    >> Lasse Jensen wrote:
    >>> It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices. Any
    >>> hints one which one they'll use in the future?

    >>
    >> No idea, it is a shame they are playing around with so many different
    >> cards. It would be good if they could settle with just one like they
    >> did with one charging socket for so long.

    >
    > Exactly. I just brought a 2 gb RS-MMC for my 6230i thinking it would be
    > compatible with the new series of smartphones. But only the E60 will take
    > it, and its not quite multimedia oriented.
    >
    > --
    > Lasse Jensen [fafler at g mail dot com]
    > Linux, the choice of a GNU generation.

    Didn't know E60 was using RS-MMC, anyway thought "SD" was mostly used in
    recent models. Micro-SD would be a safe option because you can have adapters
    for that for mini-SD and for SD phones.





  5. #5
    Tero Lehto
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    Lasse Jensen wrote:
    > It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices.
    > Any hints one which one they'll use in the future?


    I'd guess miniSD or microSD, because MMCMobile (or DV RS-MMC) was used in
    older terminals.

    I'd prefer miniSD, because they seem to be available pretty well, and they
    can be easily used with a regular SD slot with an adapter. And they are
    physically easier to handle than even smaller microSD cards.


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  6. #6
    BT News
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    Anonymous wrote:
    >
    > Didn't know E60 was using RS-MMC, anyway thought "SD" was mostly used in
    > recent models. Micro-SD would be a safe option because you can have adapters
    > for that for mini-SD and for SD phones.
    >


    Never seen any adaptors that can convert from micro to mini. They all
    convert straight upto normal SD size.




  7. #7
    Lasse Jensen
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    BT News wrote:

    > Anonymous wrote:
    >>
    >> Didn't know E60 was using RS-MMC, anyway thought "SD" was mostly used in
    >> recent models. Micro-SD would be a safe option because you can have
    >> adapters for that for mini-SD and for SD phones.
    >>

    >
    > Never seen any adaptors that can convert from micro to mini. They all
    > convert straight upto normal SD size.


    Neither have i, but google says something else.

    http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/product/10533.htm

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  8. #8
    Tinklemagoo
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    Re: miniSD, microSD and RS-MMC?

    It seems Nokia are using all three types in their S60 3rd devices.
    > Any hints one which one they'll use in the future?


    None they will bring out another memory type (nice revenue generator).





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