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Support Maximum Capacity 32GB or 40GB?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by platzhirsch, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. platzhirsch

    platzhirsch New Member
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    Hey there,
    I've been wondering what is the maximum capacity on Samsung Galaxy. It comes with 8GB internal memory, and the specification says: up to 32GB, but with an microSD card it should be 40GB, shouldn't it? Or do you put in a 32GB card and still do not have more than 32GB?

    Best regards,
    Konrad
     

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  2. vloothuis

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    As I understand it the maximum is actually 48gb....
    most carriers stock 8gb model
    vodafone do the 16gb model
    + max 32gb card = 48gb

    Please correct me if I have misunderstood.
     
  3. Geryatrix

    Geryatrix Well-Known Member
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    That's how I understand it too.

    Voda supplied phone max 48 Gb

    Other suppliers phone Max 40 Gb.
     
  4. NZtechfreak

    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member
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    Correct.

    I have the 8GB model with a Sandisk 32GB microSD in it, works fine.
     
  5. pconte

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    Just got off the phone with "Galaxy S Premier Support" and the tech assured me you can add a 32GB card to the Galaxy S.

    This conflicts with the downloaded PDF for "Samsung Vibrant -- A Galaxy S(tm) phone ... exclusively at T-Mobile" User Manual, which says the device can support up tp a 16GB card.
     

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