Smartphone upgrade 'does not need to be expensive' 6 December 2011 17:04:51
SD card owners who like the idea of keeping all their photographs and music library on the memory media - making it much easier to change phones - could choose to get themselves a newer handset for Christmas.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray is an Android-equipped smartphone that allows a micro SD card to be inserted, giving the user instant access to all their media. The gadget has an eight-megapixel camera and a 3.3 inch screen.
Cnet.co.uk found that the Xperia Ray is a great choice for users who are looking to upgrade their phone, but are mindful of costs.
The site also recommended the Samsung Galaxy Ace, which has an even bigger 3.5-inch display.
People who find that their current memory cards are not large enough to cope with the wealth of options and extra apps available to smartphone customers could purchase a new micro SD card, such as the Transcend 32GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4.
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