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Raspberry Pi launches Model B+ with extra USB ports, microSD support

When you’ve got more than a few upstarts gunning for your throne, it seems wise to keep ahead of the game. That’s why the Raspberry Pi foundation has announced an upgraded version of its Model B, the, uh, Model B+ — which is described as the “final…

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Samsung Galaxy S III Mini I8190 8GB Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 4.1 OS, Dual Core, Super AMOLED Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio and microSD Slot – Blue

Samsung Galaxy S III Mini I8190 8GB Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 4.1 OS, Dual Core, Super AMOLED Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio and microSD Slot – Blue

Samsung Galaxy S III Mini I8190 8GB Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 4.1 OS, Dual Core, Super AMOLED Touchscreen, 5MP Camera, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio and microSD Slot - Blue

  • Battery Capacity (mAh) 1500mAh
  • CPU Dual-core 1GHz
  • Network Band : GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, 3G 900, 3G 1900, 3G 2100
  • Weight 111.5 g, Height 121.55 mm ,Width 63 mm ,Thickness 9.85 mm
  • Internal Memory 8GB

Sleek and stylish, the ergonomically-designed Samsung Galaxy S III mini GT-I8190 cell phone takes functionality to another level. Designed with a 4-inch screen featuring Super AMOLED display, this Samsung Galaxy S III (O2) cell phone offers an enhanced view of the content, be it multimedia or websites. Running on the powerful Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, which offers a wide range of useful applications, this smartphone helps you with improved efficiency.

List Price: $ 450.99

Price: $ 229.99

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Google simplifies sharing and adds microSD storage to Play Music on Android

Fresh off its world tour, Google Play Music is making it easier to store, shuffle and share your mobile tunes. For starters, Mountain View’s music streaming-and-locker service now lets KitKat users with SD-equipped handsets put cached tracks on their …

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SanDisk’s Extreme microSD cards promise 80Mbps, live up to that claim

SanDisk's Extreme microSD cards promise 80Mbps speeds, live up to that claim

No one likes waiting for a file transfer to finish, and thankfully SanDisk is doing something about it. The company’s new “Extreme” line of microSD cards (16GB, 32GB, 64GB capacities) promises to deliver speeds of up to 80Mbps. Benchmarks done by Android Police have the 64GB card hitting 78Mbps when used in a dedicated card reader. Putting the card in a smartphone, however, yields far different results. Most smartphones, save for the Exynos 5 Octa version of the GS4, don’t support the newer UHS-1 standard for increased transfer speeds. When tested in a Galaxy Note II, SanDisk’s new card “only” achieved 14Mbps read speeds and 14.6Mbps write speeds — that’s still between 50% and 100% faster than a previous generation 64GB SanDisk microSD card. So now we just need phones to catch up, and for handset makers who are averse to microSD cards altogether to change their tune.

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KDDI’s HTC J One variant packs a microSD slot, additional camera features (video)

KDDI's HTC J One variant packs a microSD slot, additional camera features

These days, the presence of a microSD slot on new handsets is arguably more important than the amount of storage on the inside. One such slot found its way onto the Chinese variants of HTC’s One, and now Japanese network KDDI has unveiled its model — the HTC J One (aka HTL22) — also with expandable memory on the spec sheet (up to 64GB cards supported). An accompanying promo video has informed us of some new camera modes as well, including a best shot feature like Nokia’s Smart Group Shot or BlackBerry’s Time Shift, the ability to edit out background photobombers, and creating slow-mo highlights within video clips. We’d hope to see a camera software update bringing these features to US Ones in the future, but for now, check out what you’re missing in the video below.

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HTC One 802w for China spotted with removable cover, dual SIM slots and microSD slot

HTC One 802w for China spotted with dual SIM slots and microSD expansion

Much like how three (or four) of the major US carriers will be getting the HTC One, China’s three carriers will also be receiving the same treatment, according to the country’s official device approval database. The three flavors are known as 802w, 802t and 802d, each heading to China Unicom (WCDMA), China Mobile (TD-SCDMA) and China Telecom (CDMA), respectively. For the record, the European version we have is 801n, so perhaps the third digit represents the number of SIM slots featured on the device.

This is certainly the case for the 802w. Earlier today, a Sina Weibo user posted the above photo of said phone with its back cover — between the two plastic lines — removed, thus exposing not only its two SIM card slots but also a microSD slot just below the camera. It’s worth noting that the European version of the One doesn’t come with a removable back cover, let alone a secondary SIM slot or a microSD slot; but at least it has LTE, right? Since Sina Weibo requires you to login before letting you see the post, we’ve got the full picture for you after the break.

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Samsung brings speedy UHS-I class SD and microSD memory cards in new 64GB sizes to IFA 2012

Samsung brings speedy UHSI class SD and microSD memory cards in new 64GB sizes to IFA 2012

We’ve seen UHS-I class SD and microSD cards capable of astonishing speeds prior to, and Samsung revealed a few 16GB microSD modules of its very own earlier this year, but now it’s revealing off 64GB sized models at IFA 2012. The top of the line Pro editions meant for high speed LTE-connected phones and tablets are capable of read/write speeds at 80MB/40MB per second (SD) and 70MB/20MB per second (microSD). If you’re not with us in Germany, you ought to have the ability to get your hands on them in mid-October.

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ZTE Grand X pertaining to UK for # 190 pay-as-you-go: 4.3-inch qHD, microSD, stock Android 4.0

ZTE Grand X coming to UK for 190 payasyougo 43inch qHD, microSD, stock Android 40

If this is the “innovative gaming smartphone” that ZTE teased a few days ago, then we can’t help however feel a little miffed. It ‘d be fairer to describe the Grand X as the most advanced phone in ZTE’s expanding budget line-up, and if you examine it from that perspective then it’s rather more remarkable. For & pound; 190 PAYG with Virgin Mobile in the UK, you’re getting a 4.3-inch qHD LCD touchscreen, dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 processor chip (no Nexus 7 intestines here however), microSD expandable storage (plus of 4GB built-in and 512MB RAM), 5-megapixel rear video camera and VGA front-facer, sub-10mm thickness and– ta-da!– stock Ice Cream Sandwich, albeit accompanied by legacy Gingerbread navigation buttons. We ‘d have liked to see the proper, up-to-date Android 4.0 button design, but in any sort of case the absence of ZTE’s Kanzi skin or indeed any other customization is an appreciated modification, due to the fact that Google juice tastes fine served precise.

Now, we have actually already done a very early hands-on with this phone (not to mention its previous incarnation, the Mimosa X) and noted its fluid operation, solid build quality and capable display, and all of those things continue to be true in the retail-ready smartphone we have actually seen in the UK. The finances scene has most certainly come a long way since last year, but do we anticipate the Grand X to have a simple ride on the market place? Probably not– at the very least not when phones like the Orange San Diego are offering better performance, screen size and resolution for just & pound; 10 even more. That stated, if a pure and uncluttered OS is a concern, and if you can easily get this phone on a large amount when it shows up at Phones4U and Virgin Media stores at the start of August, then the Grand X is undoubtedly worth an appearance.

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ADATA lets the sun shine on its new range of Premier Pro microSD cards

ADATA lets the sun shine on its new range of Premier Pro microSD cards

ADATA’s trio of new Premier Pro microSD cards have escaped from the company’s headquarters. Aimed at professionals and demanding consumers, the 16GB and 32GB editions come with a 45MB/s read and 40MB/s write speeds and support the latest SD 3.0 standard. The company isn’t mentioning how well the 8GB card runs, so we’ll just presume it’s a little less speedy than either of its larger brothers. We’ve reached out to the company to find out when we can expect to see these hitting shelves (and how much they’ll cost) and we will update if they tell us.

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ADATA lets the sun shine on its new range of Premier Pro microSD cards originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 30 May 2012 21:47:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Samsung rolls out Ultra High Speed microSD cards destined for LTE phones and tablets

Samsung rolls out Ultra High Speed microSD cards destined for LTE phones and tablets

While so far the Ultra High Speed Class 1 memory card designation has been reserved for SDXC and SDHC cards, Samsung just announced new microSD cards that support the faster interface as well. Currently being produced in 16GB sizes, they have maximum sequential read speeds of up to 80 MB/s, four times that of the high speed cards it introduced last year. There’s no word on the write speeds but Samsung is already busy calling its next shot, planning to offer cards with even more storage in the future. Of course, you’ll need compatible devices to make these new cards worth it, we wonder what kind of Advanced LTE smartphones might be in store from Samsung soon

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Samsung rolls out Ultra High Speed microSD cards destined for LTE phones and tablets originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 05 Apr 2012 01:33:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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