My Phone Accepts 64 GB Card? Exaggeration or Worth It?

Hundreds of manufacturers they place on the market memory cards and devices built with SD standards in a variety of storage capacities and speed classes from three different physical sizes: SD, miniSD and microSD. SD memory cards are commonly used in personal computers, video cameras, digital cameras and other electronic devices of larger size. The microSD and miniSD are commonly used in small electronic devices such as mobile phones and tablet computers. Some manufacturers of memory cards offer adapters that allow microSD cards fit an SD card slot. This gives you even greater versatility and flexibility to use the card in a mobile phone and a computer or video camera.
To determine the right card that combines with your appliance, always consult the device’s user manual or contact the manufacturer. All memory card options are easily available on the market, produced and distributed by a wide range of manufacturers, in points of sale around the world, including pharmacies, electronics stores and computer and Internet sites. And it’s important that you know the limitations of capacity of your mobile device, since some card capabilities will not be possible to be activated in your device. At the time we wrote this article the high-end phones limit is 64 GB.

Choose the Best Card – What is the Memory Capacity Do I Need?
Manufacturers produce SD memory cards in a variety of memory capabilities designed to meet your needs and budget. Today, the products that use the SDXC standard will have the greater memory capacity and faster performance when using Ultra High Speed standards (UHS). Products using the SDHC UHS standards and will also take advantage of the faster performance. The manual of your equipment should help you select the best memory card standards for your device.
You must consider how you will use a memory card to determine the right memory capacity and speed choice. For cameras, consider the quality of the resolution of the image of each picture, and for your MP3 player, the bit rate required for smooth playback, without “gagging”. Take a look at the table below to give you an idea of the size and capacity of the most popular cards
2 GB 4 GB 8 GB 16 GB 32 GB
Better quality (13Mbps/CBR) 20 min. 40 min. 80 min. 160 min. 320 min.
Normal quality (9Mbps/VBR) 30 min. 60 min. 120 min. 240 min. 480 min.
Lower quality (6Mbps/VBR) 45 min. 60 min 180 min. 360 min. 720 min.
10 Megapixels, 3648 × 2736, better quality photos photos photos 3.080 1.540 770 6.160 12.320 photos pictures
ACC, MP3 128 Kbps high quality 34 h. 7 min. 68 h. 14 min. 136 h. 27 min. 272 h. 54 min. 545 h. 48 min.
With these data, you can have an idea of what a microSD card has to offer. Typically, only the top of the line cards with a capacity greater than 32 GB, such as Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3.
How to Buy A Microsd Card?
Buy only in trusted stores. There are many fakes on the market and which are very similar to the original versions of the cards. And counterfeit cards increase the chances of having your data corrupted and lost, besides having a lower durability and speed. Avoid headaches.
Price of the Cards
You can find smaller capacities and speeds cards for less than R $ 50. However, the most durable and reliable easily cost over $ 100. Kingston and Sandisk are the leading brands in quality, but charge you handsomely for it. Our recommendation is that you buy such products outside of Brazil, because here the price of a 64 GB card can exceed $ 200, while outside he is R $ 150.
Exaggeration or Worth A Card Capacity Greater Than 32 GB?
I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and bought not long ago a 64 Gb microSD card is an exaggeration of ability. However, I like to take pictures and make videos with high resolution and doesn’t always have a computer around to ease the memory of my phone, which is only 16 GB. How do I travel a lot and I like listening to music, the device with the microSD card me now offers the option of storing such files for my entertainment, including also some episodes of serials and films that I like. In addition, with the SD adapter, can I use the same card in other devices to buy.
With the market trend to improve the quality of the files, I see this as a long-term investment because I know I will use this card in other devices as well. Worth, but only if you have some extra cash lying around and want to invest in the long term.