While most cellphones come with a limited amount of memory (let’s leave the Nokia N-Series out of the equation shall we), they do feature a memory expansion slot of some kind as compensation. Samsung has recently announced the moviMCP entertainment chipset for cellphones, featuring 128MB RAM and 256MB flash memory that are used for most phone operations, while a massive 4GB of flash memory is reserved for audio and video files. Since the memory resembles the MMC format, developers can heave a sigh of relief when it comes to writing in extra support. Will this storage solution pose a threat to the music-based iPhone?
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