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Sandisk's 128 GB microSDXC card reportedly works with the Lumia 1520

microSDXC in Lumia 1520

During Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SanDisk announced their largest-capacity MicroSD card ever with 128 GB of space. Thanks to WPCentral forum member, NoRomBasic, we can see that the SanDisk Ultra 128 GB microSDXC card works with the Nokia Lumia 1520. Initial tests suggest that the card has no performance issues to worry about.

The card is supposed to retail for $200, but Amazon currently has it listed for $119.99. The bad news is that it's currently backordered by a few weeks. This is great news for people with expandable storage capabilities on their phones and tablets.

NoRomBasic has included these reports on the forums so far:

  • It benches about 20% faster than the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC 64GB.
  • I did record about 5 minutes of video last night and had no stuttering issues, as well as played back an episode of Firefly formatted in 720p low-compression WMV format. Card seems to work just fine.

Head over to the forums to follow up on these cards. Are you planning to get one? 

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rodneyej says:

OMG!!!!! If this is true thennn. Awesome!❕❕❕❕❕❕❕❕❕
.........................
In the words of the movie "Paper Boy".... ""Where is my women❔"""
In other words,, where is my UPDATE?❔❔
...........................
Seriously, the Lumia, and Icon, are modern high end devices way until the end of 2014... They won't be outdated anytime soon..

NIST says:

Your woman says to say hi. We're gonna go see a movie.
Chika wow wow.

rodneyej says:

Ohhhhh, you're gonna go see that flick me, and your mom, filmed? You better take her to see something different because she already saw that last week...

BBBBBBBBBBUUUURRRNNN!!!!!❕❕

NIST says:

Lol. What??

rodneyej says:

I don't even know anymore.........

DG3M3 says:

Lol your comments are always good for a laugh rodneyej

rodneyej says:

NIST aggs me on.. Lol!!

2tomtom says:

Rodneyej

You are so right, the future is bright for WP and proud its my choice

John20212 says:

There is no reason why it should not work. If your phone works with 64gb SDXC cards it will work with 128gb SDXC cards because its the same technology i.e. SDXC.

I don't know why so many people are surprised by this, this should be common sense and not really news worthy.

 

jbrandonf says:

Because all Micro-SD capable phone are approved for only 64gb. So them capable of 'seeing' 128gb is great.

WPmunkey says:

The problem that many have faced over the years is that devices can have a limit to the amount of storage that can be used. This can either be a hardware, firmware, or software. I can remember owning several devices with expandable storage that were limited to certain capacities. So I couldn't use 8gb cards because 4gb was max for example

msxbox says:

There is an unofficial support list gathered by users and sandisk's compatibility tool that mentions that the below phones should work with the sandisk 128gb micro sd. there may be more but they are adding as people mention that it seems fine also there was a confirmation email that said:

Thanks for contacting SanDisk Technical Support. It is our goal to make sure you have all the resources you need to get the most from your product.

Please allow us to inform you that 128GB microSD cards are built to conform to the microSDXC standard and since your phone is currently working with a 64GB microSDXC card we see no reason why the 128GB microSDXC will not work; however we have not tested it so can't guarantee one way or the other.

We remain at your service for any additional information or assistance.

Best regards,

Antonia C.
SanDisk Technical Support

  • HTC 8XT
  • Nokia Lumia 1520
  • Nokia Lumia 520/521
  • Nokia Lumia 525
  • Nokia Lumia 620
  • Nokia Lumia 625
  • Nokia Lumia 720
  • Nokia Lumia 810
  • Nokia Lumia 820
  • Nokia Lumia 822
  • Nokia Lumia 1320
  • Samsung ATIV Odyssey
  • Samsung ATIV S Neo

HaibaneReki says:

lol at first I was looking for my 920 and then like ... wth am I doing :D

bmsox622 says:

Lol....I looked for the 1020 too and then said...wait. 

vitaliano says:

I actually looked to see some unannounced phones. Maybe, just maybe :)

rodneyej says:

Dumb @$$$$$$$$... Lol!.... :-o

AurorLijanm says:

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rodneyej says:

Delete this please❕❕❕❕❕❕❕❕❕❕

Clavitox says:

That's a LOT of space. That's as much as my desktop and my laptop

gandhirushi says:

This is awesome for all Lumia 1520 users especially with micro SD card support in wp8.1

I know I'm saving now to buy one for the 8.1 update. Now my one issue for the 1520 is solved, what a day!!!!!!!

Eugeniu SP says:

Waht about 2520?

Rockartisten says:

Does it have sdxc support? Look at the specs. If not, then no.

meathead88 says:

Someone buy and try!

John20212 says:

You don't have to buy and try; if it works with 64gb SDXC it will work with any capacity SDXC.

 

Duduosf says:

Or the Surface 2!;

SargeT says:

It works with the surface RT 1gen, it gotta go fine on 2.

rodneyej says:

When I first saw your user name I thought it said "SugarT".... Lol❕

707wpfan says:

That would be cool as hell if SugaT was posting on here. #YayArea

SargeT says:

Hehe no one have read it such way before :) is "sugart" or "sugat" something special?

rodneyej says:

It just sounds like some pimps name... Lol!!!!

SargeT says:

OMG I better change my username :-D

I am getting this 128 GB card for my Lumia 1520, but I will test it on my Nokia 2520 tablet, and let everyone know if it works.

 

 

maclancer says:

Fucking amazing... I will wait until I can order one for my 1520.

Z10YkakPES says:

It says available now and I just received email that its been shipped. Almost bought 64 yesterday, so glad I didn't

Duduosf says:

I can't wait to order my 1520!!

doeboiO says:

Nokia/Windows Phone is simply awesome (formatted in exFAT, right?)

Out of the box yes

sumothong01 says:

Man I remember 20 years ago when a 30gb hard drive was huge! And outrageously expensive. Now 128gb can fit on something as big as your pinky nail.

Credo93 says:

+920 :p i remember when i was a kid i got the PSP with 1GB of storage, it costed €100 for just 1GB ..

I know, and now its €2.50 per GB on a PS Vita card; which is still too exepensive, compared to €1.40 per GB for MicroSD. 

[Math may be a little off ;) ]

hopmedic says:

When I was a kid the game console was an Atari 2600 and massive storage was measured in kilobytes.

aximtreo says:

The Atari 800 here and yes, memory was an arm and a leg per kilobyte.

hopmedic says:

There was a time that I wanted an Atari 800, because no way was Dad going to spend the money for an Apple ][+, which was what I'd been using at school.  But then the Commodore 64 came out, and wow - there was 64 KB of RAM in that thing!  WOOHOO!  Down the road, I even got the 1541 floppy drive to go with it.  YAY!

It was another year before I got a small color TV to use with it as a monitor.  It was an amber screen until then.

wpguy says:

+925 Atari 2600 Combat. Jam that tank into the corner, until it pops out in the other side, and go for the kill!

elderjlward says:

@Credo93 I remember when I was a kid and the first dot matrix Gameboy did't even exit yet! Colecovision and Aquarious(like an Intellivision) were in our home.:-) Anyway!!! 128 GB Sweet. That will nicely resolve the storage issues I'm having on my 16GB 1520. Windows Phone does not play nice with storage- 2GB for the System and 6GB+ for Other Storage. That's what I'm working with. That leaves me a paltry 8 GB. Apps are using the majority of the space, Media is on an 8GB card. Can't wait for the 8.1 update. A nice big memory card and the ability to load apps to the card. That and Cortana are at the top of my favorite features right now!

Dave47 says:

You probably meant 30 MB  rather than 30 GB from 2 decades ago.
 

rodneyej says:

LOL.. You're thinking 3 decades ago.... My 1998 HP desktop had 40gb of storage, and it was a simple mid/low home computer.. 128gb hard drives were state of the art at the time.. Huge!!!
.................. It had a 300 MHz processor, the same as my first smartphone the Samsung BlackJack... Lol!!

rodneyej says:

No.. My computer had 40gb of storage❕❕❕❕.. In 1998❕

hopmedic says:

Color me doubtful.  You'd have had to pay LOTS just for the drive back then.  Consumer PCs had just hit the 1 GB mark the year before.  I had a friend who bought a PC in 98 and it had something like a 5 GB drive.

calbro says:

I first pc was a win 95 and had 1 GB with 8 mb memory. We had to move but I kept it and you know it would have start up and run right now. Though I would not have tried going on the internet where the graphics probably would have crash/freezed it. 

Next was an AMD processor when they reached the 2 giga hertz processor which fried the motherboard.

Then a Dell and I had that baby loaded and just on the second day when I press the start button it began to boot, NASA would have been impress of how much smoke it exhausted, all I had to do was wait to get to the desktop and click the Explorer browser and off went the house into orbit. First house to reach orbit. They replaced it with an XPS 600 which I am using right now with Windows 7 and had to replace the hard drive.

papanoongaku says:

You are a giant boob. Between your terrible memory of hard drive capacities and your lame momma jokes, you need to take a moment and think before you type. I can only imagine how dumb you sound when you speak.

rodneyej says:

You better watch who you're talking to, boy.. That's your first warning! I'm sure it's gonna take a few with you.

jbrandonf says:

Just go sit down somewhere.

That site says in early 90s 40mb HDs were common. Which was true depending where you lived and how much money you had. By the late 90s, I'd say a lot of us were in the 10s of gbs. It progressed pretty fast. I still remember my first 40mb mfm HD. What a piece of junk. But it was a HD nonetheless! Lol

iSingBass says:

Ah, MFM--those big, heavy things (by today's standard). If I remember correctly, to install those we had to do math to set a multitude of jumpers on the separate controller card. Fun days! Those megabytes stored a lot of stuff...

You are misremembering.

Mestiphal says:

I had a 386 in which I had to load DoubleSpace just to install Windows 3.1

NIST says:

Commodore 64 baby!

hopmedic says:

Now you're talking!

DoubleSpace, now that brings back memories...

kid....go back to the corner and lets the old guys discuss this issue.

NIST says:

Heath Kit computer. From scratch bitches!

hopmedic says:

I wanted one of these so bad I could taste it.  As a 14 year old, though, I didn't have the money for it.

When I was middle aged women chasing man
we still used punch cards

dpiranda says:

My first PC was a 486DXII 66mhz, with 4mb ram and 512mb HD... No internet. Haha!

J Ice70 says:

Ditto. And throw in a 15 inch monitor, and that was a $2200 system.

sdreamer says:

Haha same, Packard Bell. 2x cd rom drive. Took forever to load a 5MB bmp off a cd

blackprince says:

My first was a slapped together PC using leftover parts from the school computer lab, it ran Windows for Workgroups and I remember surfing the web on 14400 and checking out BB's

U have a samsung yuck.....,,

You were a baby in 1998

wpguy says:

Apple II ... rockin' cassette tape storage!

lesd777 says:

Dude, in 93 I had a $3300 gateway PC, top of the line and it had a 600Mb Hard drive. Back that was over kill lol. Then in 98 I had a hard drive go out of my HP PC, and was charged $350 for a 6.4Gb hard drive. That's when I decided to build my own PC's moving forward. How times have changed.

Shawn Magm says:

In 20 years, we'll be laughing at this 128 GB card.  They'll probably have 999 Terabytes at that time.

OHardy says:

It's just a pity all Windows Phones can't take advantage of this.

doeboiO says:

All Lumias support up to 64gb like 1520, I'd wager they can handle it

teoami says:

I'm sure he was referring to the fact that microsd slots are rare in WP

Marco Gomes1 says:

And you would lose cause not all lumias suport sd card.

E4est says:

How do I put it to my 920? Tell me more about all Lumias.

Edwardlb20 says:

Only the Lumia 520, 525, 620, 625, 720, 820, 1320 and 1520 have MicroSD card slots, so in other words... you can't!

wrm1 says:

Lumia 810, 521

oditius says:

I remember having to take apart the Touch Pro 2 and replacing the 8gb card it was using for memory with a 32gb card

DavidinCT says:

You could do this with the HTC Trophy too, the Verizon version came with 16gb that could be replaced with a 32gb one...

borasar says:

I beilve you have to rub the SD card against the back of the phone until it is absorbed. Works especially well if you have a matte version ;P

Paul May says:

+1020 This comment made my airline travelling more enjoyable today. Thank you.

Cortana: "SD card successfully assimilated. What would you like to do next?"

  •   -Text Bill Gates: Why is my calendar populated with Lorem Ipsum text?
  •   -Make a payment on my End-Of-Life phone.
  •   -Post, "When will 8.1 be available for download?" to all forums, all threads.

Wael Hasno says:

Would have loved it on my 925.

Elvis7 says:

The ativ s has sdxc support, it works with my 64gb sdxc micro SD.. The only phone that cant use it are the ones that dont have a slot...

John20212 says:

Indeed it is, that is Nokia's biggests failure; not making microSD support as standard, especially in high end devices like the 1020.

 

msxbox says:

There is an unofficial support list gathered by users and sandisk's compatibility tool that mentions that the below phones should work with the sandisk 128gb micro sd. there may be more but they are adding as people mention that it seems fine also there was a confirmation email that said:

Thanks for contacting SanDisk Technical Support. It is our goal to make sure you have all the resources you need to get the most from your product.

Please allow us to inform you that 128GB microSD cards are built to conform to the microSDXC standard and since your phone is currently working with a 64GB microSDXC card we see no reason why the 128GB microSDXC will not work; however we have not tested it so can't guarantee one way or the other.

We remain at your service for any additional information or assistance.

Best regards,

Antonia C.
SanDisk Technical Support

  • HTC 8XT
  • Nokia Lumia 1520
  • Nokia Lumia 520/521
  • Nokia Lumia 525
  • Nokia Lumia 620
  • Nokia Lumia 625
  • Nokia Lumia 720
  • Nokia Lumia 810
  • Nokia Lumia 820
  • Nokia Lumia 822
  • Nokia Lumia 1320
  • Samsung ATIV Odyssey
  • Samsung ATIV S Neo

its seems that the above should work, wish i had the spare cash to test my lumia 820

Is this compatible with the surface 2?

Rockartisten says:

The Surface 2 has sdxc, so yes.

Credo93 says:

This is awesome/amazing news !!! Now hurry op Nokia, make the successor of the 1020 and make sure it'll support this tiny, yet bigggg storage card :)

DJCBS says:

Nokia will not produce a successor to the 1020. IF that phone happens, it will have to be Microsoft produced already and, therefore, it won't be a successor to anything (unless a miracle puts an end to the Nokia/MS deal).

The 1020 is a niche device and the current 1020 isn't even 1 year old. Niche devices don't get replaced that quickly.

I know it sucks, I would also like a microSD card on the 1020 but alas, it will never happen. Not from Nokia. At least, until 2016 (hope springs eternal).

elderjlward says:

Maybe "they" can still produce a 1020 successor. Naturally the companies new name, owner will be Mictosoft, however, the same Nokia employees, designers, researchers and the like will still be working out of the same plants/ facilities in which they designed and produced the 1020. So maybe, no the entity that is now Nokia wont be releasing a successor to the 1020, but the people and the factories that produced them concecievably, under the new Microsofts name and leadership may release one.

DJCBS says:

Since Nokia is NOT disappearing nor being swallowed by Microsoft, it will be up to Microsoft to decide if they want or not to produce a phone with a 41mp sensor. Which is why I wrote that "IF that phone happens, it will have to be Microsoft produced".
Iit It will be produced by some of Nokia's ex-employees, sure, but they should then be seen as Microsoft employees and will work the Microsoft-way as well as follow Microsoft's orders. There are people working for Apple, Samsung etc that are also ex-Nokia employees. It doesn't make Apple "Nokia". Just like it won't make Microsoft phones "Nokia". People are irrelevant. It's the brands corporate spirit that makes phones different because different phylosophies make people produce different results.
Therefore, it's not a successor of the 1020. It's just a 41mp phone that happens to be made by some people who made the 1020. It makes it as much of a successor as a Motorola or iPhone with 41mp since both Motorola and iPhones are produced by Foxconn. ;)

Sin Ogaris says:

It would make more sense for Microsoft to get the procured Nokia team to work on slimming down their module so it could be utilised in all high end Windows Phones though. Makes smarter business sense to utilise something no one else has.

Not from Nokia co., but from former Nokia, at that point already Microsoft, talented and innovative engineers.
The same lads and lassies as before. / Just give people some comfort...
I can assure you that we Finns don\t change that easily. We don\t suddenly become all Americans!

Does the 128gb care work for any android phones? Theoretically it should, right?

Posted via the WPC App for Android!

aitt says:

I've read it worked with galaxy that can handle SDXC My understanding was anything that was SDXC should be able to be handled.

Rockartisten says:

Yes! This is not unexpected by any means. Sdxc supports up to 2 TB, it will only take time to get there on these micro cards.

Isn't it a wonder that something that literally is smaller than a fingernail now retains so much digital storage space? Think about that! 128gb in something that small.

I'm getting too old for technology, and I'm only 23.

Credo93 says:

The maximum capacity of SDXC cards are 2TB's !! Thats even more insane.

peterfares says:

That's the max capacity for the spec. We're nowhere near 2TB microSDXC cards yet.

Maybe it is possible but not available publically yet. Holding back and drama; this is how the industry work. Everything sells..

we had one bit electronic tubes in the good old days...maybe hundred times in volume or more...

XcZachx20 says:

This need to be tested more and 100% prove so I can get one before wp8.1!!

Peter West says:

Does it work with the Surface Pro?

gonza1520 says:

I'd love to have that in my 1520, I fortunately don't need that much storage. I think a 32gb card is enough for me.

I use solely 32 GB micro SD cards everywhere for maximum *or optimum( compatibility.
So far so good...

Now can we use it...that's the question

aitt says:

I'll wait for the extreme version.

Off topic...anyone know if it works with the Surface 2?

truly_sk says:

Bring on the mystical blue^_^

jfa1 says:

This is great news I'm due for upgrade.now so I may go ahead and jump in. I was thinking hard about ordering the 32 GB at 199.99. Adding a 128 GB for 119.99 may be better to go with the 16gb version. Hmmm decisions

Id go with the 16. Is 12GB worth $80 to you?

OKAY... So GIVE ME A 5" DEVICE WITH AMOLED AND SD CARD SUPPORT and ill buy this! Woo! I will be so happy. TMO US

Yep, this with 20MP camera and xenon flash would be awesome. The Icon is nearly there, minus the SD card slot and the flash. My 925 will hold me over for now, but eventually a device like this would be ideal.

My 925 is great too :) but definitely ready as soon as this upgrade is available!

BritDad says:

If you can live with a 4.3inch amoled screen, you could pick up a Lumia 820 cheap. Has SD card support.

rubenbest says:

Will it work with surface 2?

Glad it's compatible with WP8!

richard_rsp says:

Wow this is great! I don't have a 1520, but nice to know that they can support a 128gb card!

NoRomBasic gets double points for testing playback with an episode of Firefly! :D

SargeT says:

True, high five for firefly!

NoRomBasic says:

It was a choice between Firefly or the IT Crowd, and my Firefly collection is all high-def.... ;)

 

This should work on ANY device that has microsd card slot. You'll just have to format it to Fat32 for those old devices.

Nakazul says:

Oh how I would want this in my 1020.

Tested and working on my Cowon J3 from 2010!!! Just had to format it to Fat32

AR2186 says:

Any idea about the Surface 2?

toph36 says:

It might "work", but there may be issues.  I had a Lumia 822 that "worked" with a 64GB microSD card.  However, I had issues when trying to record video directly to the card.  The video would be jumpy.  I found out recently that the 822 was only really designed to take a 32GB card.  I never had any problem viewing movies and listening to music stored on the card, just recording video.  Hopefully that is not an issue with the 1520 using a 128GB card, but something to keep in mind.

are you sure the Lumia 822 was designed for 32GB cards ? Which brand was that SD card ?

toph36 says:

Sandisk Ultra. Another WPC member posted it. It could have been just a theory, but he stated that he had the same issue with a 64GB card. I think he was in contact with Nokia. Anyway, he said that he didn't have the issue with a 32GB. I never had a chance to test the theory, as my 822 died on me. I am "stuck" with a 928 now, sans a microSD slot.

I got the 822 with a 64 GB card and I've had the same problems with an 8 GB card.

toph36 says:

Here is the card that I have... http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009QZH6JS/ref=cm_sw_em_r_am_wp_am_us?ie=UTF8&t...

It could have been the card, but BING Lumia 822 microSD card issue and you will see that I was not the only one with the issue.

Kevin Rush says:

I have a Lumia 822 with 64GB Sandisk Ultra card and no problems.

Azurus says:

I would if they made the Lumia with an external storage slot

This would make me get a 1520 if the low light pictures and video resolution weren't bad.

mango.lover says:

Obligatory 520 inquiry.

I bought a SanDisk 128gb micro SD card for Amazon UK about 2 months ago for about £44 Doesn't work Drag about 64gig of photos in various folders into the card and it shows about 20gig of photos The rest of the folders are empty Same with music So either I bought a faulty card or laptops/phones/tablets can't use the full 128gb until a firmware update Any ideas?

There are fakes on the market that show they have a high capacity, but in reality, they're cheaper, smaller capacity cards. Get a refund asap...

The model number of that card, please?

So that all my Xbox music pass downloads get doubled and unusable? Pass, thanks. I love SD cards but windows phone handles them so weird I'll just wait till 8.1 when Xbox music isn't a mess.

DJCBS says:

I wouldn't be surprised that the "microSD up to 64GB storage" descriptions were just written that way because there were no microSD cards over 64GB.

I don't think, technically, there's anything that needs to be changed to make a phone that supports a 64GB card support a 128GB one. And by phone I could also say tablet.

Ed Boland says:

That's what I was thinking

bayanii says:

That's alot of storage.

I hope to get the money someday to buy this thing and a Lumia 1520 and then...then I can get rid of my Zune 80 with his puny battery life... muahahahahahahahah!

K_lando says:

Ditto... Itching for the day I can finally stop using my Zune 80. Its getting close to max capacity and have a 920... So SD support is going to be a huge factor for the day I upgrade smartphones. Kind of sad though because otherwise, I think the 920 easily can go another year or 2 before becoming totally outdated, especially with WP8.1 around the corner.

penetronn says:

SDXC spec theoretically supports up to 2 TB cards.

Lundon44 says:

Now if only we could move apps to the storage card then we'd be golden..

astroXP says:

Windows Phone 8.1

Windows Phone 8.1 comes to every WP 8 device (operator pending)
and it supports SD apps if your app supports it, too.

Robborboy says:

I need one of these cards for my Dell V8P

128GB? Wow, that is crazy! I wonder if all the Lumias with microSD slots can actually use these cards?

xFalk says:

If it's a 128GB SD card, why does the Free and Used space only add up to 119.08GB?  What happened to the other 8.92GB?

Daylife says:

That's with all memory, you never get the full amount.

hacer619 says:

PC's read 1gb=1024mb, 1mb=1024kb, 1kb=1024bytes
Manufacturers calculate 1gb=1000mb, 1mb=1000kb, 1kb=1000bytes

Now, you do the math and you'll get 128.xxxxgb

jake69 says:

Wow...storage is getting cheaper by day. Can't believe Apple still charging $100 for every 16gb...that is insane.

willied says:

If the Icon had a micro SD slot I'd buy it without a question...what a shame.

Same here, I would have bought it on day 1. The 928 too, as it is I'm still on the 822.

astroXP says:

The Lumia 1040 better allow expandable memory!!!

shadoweye14 says:

I would like to ask if this has any performance Issues on the Actual OS as this was one of the believed reasons Microsoft told us that they are not making phones with that big storage.

MrGoodSmith says:

What is Lumia 1520? Here in Canada we haven't heard of it yet.

Ed Boland says:

It's Nokia's 6" quad core "phablet" Lumia phone... wait... I get it... you're joking!

MrGoodSmith says:

It's a bitter joke. I feel so mad Nokia/Rogers didn't release the phone in Canada.

wtf? that's insane! wow. looking forward to.

imagine all that apps, games, pictures, music and videos you could put on these... :o

Daylife says:

Damn Surface 2 + 128GB SD + Windows 8.1 = Apps onto the SD :)

irsyadhhs says:

My PC XP just has 30GB hard disk LOL

sco0by1 says:

I will definitely get one for my windows tablet.

JamesDax3 says:

Hmmm.. Wonder this will work in my Omni 10?

Ed Boland says:

Getting one for my 32GB Surface 2!

josh_zombie says:

Guess I'll have to pick one up to rock my 1520.

This will be awesome paired up with WP 8.1. Download all the Apps!!!

BKsInBarre says:

What good is it, Apps can't be installed on a SD Card.. Only music and pic/video

That changes with WP 8.1, but as it is now, my 64 GB card is full.

Rubke says:

i have a sandisk microsd 64gb extreme plus 80mb read and 50 write speed for my asus t100 :) really fast if 128gb will come in extreme plus version maby i buy that one maby

JennaMadison says:

Omfg!!!!! Yes!!!!

I just placed the order on amazon.com to have it imported to India with Amazon Global Priority Shipping. I then received an email stating, expected delivery date: Apr 17, 14 - Apr 29, 14. I immediately cancelled it. Who the hell is gonna pay upfront and wait more than a month for product delivery??? Ridiculous...

Nokia! I'm fine with you failing to include an SD card slot on most of your phones, but if you're going to do this, please don't cripple the phone with 16GB of memory. Phones should come with at least 64GB standard if there will be no expansion. As it is, I have less than 5GB free after OS and apps (and I really don't have an absurd amount) for pictures, movies, music, and files.

 

How easy would it be to simply hard-wire one of these cards directly to the main board inside the phone? I really hope this is the direction things go with Microsoft, or simply offer the SDXC card slots as standard. As the mid-to-upper end phones offer cameras with 20mp and higher, there's just no way around needing more storage.

lesd777 says:

Let me guess, a 520 or 521? It's a budget phone and if you want more, you've got to pay more.

Nope. 925, it's a near-flagship phone and the best Windows Phone T-Mobile offers. There is a 32GB variant, but not sold here. Buying a phone for over $500, it should come with more than 16GB storage...Heck, if you can buy a 128GB SDXC card for just over $100, 64GB for under $40, and 32GB for $25, there is no excuse for the lack of capacity. I would have gladly paid $40 more for my phone to have an additional 64GB.

y2kern says:

Now Microsoft just needs to fix the duplicate music problem, when syncing music with media player, its very annoying to have one song copied 3 times over taking up space. I look toward to using this marvelous sd card in my 1520

Micropel says:

Mines is on the way :)

TheRem says:

That is so wow!

buffalosolja says:

Wow that makes me happy being that I recently got my 1520 from ATT @ $99 without contract, now do the wireless mod for QI and I am in the house!!!  (asid I wish I had know this before I just purchased the 64GB card)

 

Alpha Tauri says:

Would this possibly work on the Lumia 1320 without any issues like lag? 

HackAtak says:

OK, when will they have a card of this capacity for the SURFACE PRO 2? 

Akash Patel says:

128 gb also compatible with lumia 520.

checked on their compatibality checker.

http://pct1.sandisk.com/ProductList.aspx?deviceID=19679&hdnSiteID=1

dorelse says:

Woohoo!  Says my HTC 8XT is compatible.  Sweet!

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