It seems that the upcoming Pink handsets from Microsoft will be able to handle the microSD memory card format without missing a beat according to the folks at SanDisk, and this is news worth cheering about if your previous handsets already groove to the microSD format, making migration of platforms a whole lot easier. It looks like the microSD memory card format isn’t going to go away anywhere anytime soon, so it wouldn’t hurt for you to start purchasing more of these puppies if you want to store a whole lot of portable data on it.
Update:There isn’t any microSD memory card slot available on either the Kin 1 or Kin 2 apparently. Sorry to get your hopes up high, folks!
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