How many of you have searched the net for those mythical 32GB microSD cards for your BlackBerry? Well search no more, as SanDisk has issued a press release announcing their new 32nm and X3 technology, which means SanDisk will have no problems cramming 32GB into the finger-nail sized microSD cards. The new process doubles the storage of the current 42nm process. “The 32nm X3 die’s small footprint and incredible density will allow for the production of higher capacities of microSD cards than could be manufactured without this technology,” said Yoram Cedar, executive vice president, OEM business unit and corporate engineering, SanDisk. “The microSD form factor has grown in popularity due to rising demand for high capacity storage on mobile phones, and X3 will enable us to bring exciting new products to this market.” SanDisk plans to begin manufacturing these puppies sometime during the second half of 2009. With the new X3 + 32nm process, we wouldn’t be all that surprised if we saw 64GB microSD card slated for the first quarter of 2010. You can read the entire press release here. Would love to shoe-horn one of these onto the G1-motherboard !!! ZOOM !!! ZOOM !!!