It could be, but remember that the Eris came out the day after the Droid, and the Droid from the beginning advertised support for 32 GB cards.
True, but didn't 32 GB cards not really come out until early 2010? If that's the case, Motorola said that either because they knew they were coming soon, or they already knew on paper they would work. Technically, while released at the same time, the Eris was still a much older phone. Since the Eris was essentially a rebranded Hero, which came out mid-2009, they probably just reused the Hero's spec sheet.
I can't see a reason why the Eris couldn't see a 32 GB card. Its well within the SDHC standard, and I can't think of any reason that 16 GB would be a limit.
My Nokia E63 (which is older than the Eris by a full year) only supports 16 GB officially, but does support 32 GB.
Last edited by Demache; July 28th, 2012 at 06:47 PM.
I'll be sure to put my Rezound's 16G card in my Eris once I get a 32G Class 10 to replace it. Can't see as if you'll ever really use all 32G on that phone though, at least not without difficulty. I suppose that if you were using it strictly as a music player it might come in handy, but that's an awful lot of memory for the ADR6200 to sort through.
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