Samsung unveils 20-nanometer-class micro SD cards30 June 2011 11:17:50
New 32GB micro SD cards are being launched by Samsung Electronics, with the devices potentially proving useful to owners of 4G smartphone products.
According to the organisation, advanced data transfer speeds are due to be a feature of the new cards, which are 20-nanometer-class.
Samsung Electronics executive vice-president for memory sales and marketing Wanhoon Hong suggested that high-class-rated memory cards are currently seeing decent levels of industry demand.
He stated: "As the industry adopts micro SD cards with a class ten rating, the superior data transfer speeds are expected to improve the mobile user experience tremendously."
Among the card's features are 32Gb 3-bit NAND flash memory chips, Samsung also confirmed.
Micro SD capabilities are also set to be offered to people by the new Motorola Xoom device from Motorola Mobility India Private Limited.
The device will be capable of providing as much as 32 GB to people in removable memory.
Award-winning Dyna-Vision product boasts memory card capabilities30 June 2011 11:16:11
Memory card capabilities are offered by Dyna-Vision, the winner of the 2010 Frost & Sullivan European Technology Innovation Award in Remote Patient Monitoring.
A 4 GB internal SD memory card slot is boasted by the ambulatory monitoring product, which RS TechMedic BV has developed.
Arjunvasan Ambigapathy, a research analyst at Frost & Sullivan, commented that ambulance services and hospitals are among the organisations which could potentially benefit from the device.
The commentator said: "A key feature of Dyna-Vision is that it comes with an integrated SIM card, which can directly send ECG full disclosure waveforms in real-time from the device to a remote server without any loss in quality."
Other products capable of using types of micro SD card include the new Motorola Xoom tablet which is being offered to consumers in India by Motorola Mobility India Private Limited.
As much as 32 GB of micro SD removable memory can be supported by the product.
Motorola Xoom features micro SD removable memory of 32 GB29 June 2011 15:14:02
When it comes to the memory capabilities of the Motorola Xoom, which is now being offered to consumers in India, micro SD removable storage of 32 GB can be offered to people by the device.
That is according to Motorola Mobility India Private Limited, which also pointed out that onboard user memory of as much as 32 GB can be offered by the tablet.
Motorola Mobility's India and south-west Asia mobile devices business country head for sales and operations, Rajan Chawla, noted that the product is very easy for people to make use of once they have got their hands on it.
The commentator added: "Whether surfing the web, watching the latest hit movie as it was intended or video-chatting with friends, Motorola Xoom will delight customers."
Meanwhile, this week has also seen Motorola Mobility UK announce details of its new VIP1853 IP set-top. The product features a click-in digital video recording module.