09-12-2013 11:31 AM
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  1. vgking96's Avatar
    I was wondering if someone might be able to compile a list of the current, high-end Android handsets that offer a Micro SD card slot.

    I'm aware of the Galaxy line having one, my particular variant of the Optimus G does, and I don't know of many others.

    Thanks in advance.

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    09-06-2013 12:31 AM
  2. Geodude074's Avatar
    Try this website, it might have what you need.
    09-06-2013 12:37 PM
  3. Raptor007's Avatar
    While Geodude074 has a great link to use you are also on the right track. Samsung seems to be the only OEM who is supporting microSD anymore, the others simply are dropping it off but not expanding the internal storage options to alleviate it. So if you want microSD I suggest Samsung.
    09-08-2013 03:06 PM
  4. A895's Avatar
    It seems the only way to get phones with a microsd card anymore is to go blackberry or Samsung or get older models from eBay of amazon from manufacturers.

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    09-08-2013 03:12 PM
  5. Haalcyon's Avatar
    I'm really appreciating Samsung devices lately and micro SD support is just one of the reasons. However, you can always get an OTG cable, card reader, and spend $4 on the Nexus Media Importer app if for some reason you want expandable storage but not Samsung.

    Sent from my S4/Note 8.0/Nexus 7
    09-08-2013 03:21 PM
  6. A895's Avatar
    I'm really appreciating Samsung devices lately and micro SD support is just one of the reasons. However, you can always get an OTG cable, card reader, and spend $4 on the Nexus Media Importer app if for some reason you want expandable storage but not Samsung.

    Sent from my S4/Note 8.0/Nexus 7
    That is way too much extra work. You shouldn't have to compromise just because manufacturers go the no microsd card slot route. If android manufacturers continue this trend then I will go blackberry.

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    09-08-2013 04:06 PM
  7. Haalcyon's Avatar
    That is way too much extra work. You shouldn't have to compromise just because manufacturers go the no microsd card slot route. If android manufacturers continue this trend then I will go blackberry.

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    I agree it's quite cumbersome. I hope Samsung doesn't let me down anytime soon.

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    09-08-2013 04:21 PM
  8. wanted198's Avatar
    That is way too much extra work. You shouldn't have to compromise just because manufacturers go the no microsd card slot route. If android manufacturers continue this trend then I will go blackberry.

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    I wouldnt go blackberry. I was but their smartphone market is on the verge of shutting down, that means no more support and a dead platform. If SD is a must get the S4.
    09-08-2013 05:57 PM
  9. Umass021's Avatar
    Blackberry will be supported for years to come but hopefully android doesn't do away with micro SD cards slots.

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    09-08-2013 06:02 PM
  10. wanted198's Avatar
    Blackberry will be supported for years to come but hopefully android doesn't do away with micro SD cards slots.

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    If you look around the crackberry section, it is blatant. They're even trying to sell the company by November. RIM might still have a foot in the software industry, but they're done in smartphones. Not enough people want a qwerty anymore, blackberry sales are trash, everyone seems to hate the company (media, phone shop staff, critics).
    09-08-2013 07:20 PM
  11. A895's Avatar
    I wouldnt go blackberry. I was but their smartphone market is on the verge of shutting down, that means no more support and a dead platform. If SD is a must get the S4.
    That's not even remotely true. There will definitely be support.

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    09-08-2013 07:51 PM
  12. A895's Avatar
    If you look around the crackberry section, it is blatant. They're even trying to sell the company by November. RIM might still have a foot in the software industry, but they're done in smartphones. Not enough people want a qwerty anymore, blackberry sales are trash, everyone seems to hate the company (media, phone shop staff, critics).
    Why can't no one be positive? Do you really want a company that employs thousands and is what many companies and people across the world to go out of business? Don't echo what critics and others say. Have your own opinion and think about it, seriously.

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    09-08-2013 07:52 PM
  13. A895's Avatar
    Why can't no one be positive? Do you really want a company that employs thousands and is what many companies and people across the world rely on to go out of business? Don't echo what critics and others say. Have your own opinion and think about it, seriously.

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    09-08-2013 07:53 PM
  14. Haalcyon's Avatar
    Why can't no one be positive? ...
    You mean, "Why can't anyone be positive? ...."

    Sent from my S4/Note 8.0/Nexus 7
    09-08-2013 08:08 PM
  15. A895's Avatar
    You mean, "Why can't anyone be positive? ...."

    Sent from my S4/Note 8.0/Nexus 7
    You understood what I was talking about, so my grammar shouldn't have been taken into account. Best to stay on topic.

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    09-08-2013 10:04 PM
  16. Haalcyon's Avatar
    You understood what I was talking about, so my grammar shouldn't have been taken into account. Best to stay on topic.

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    Understood.

    Sent from my humble Note 8.0 LTE
    09-09-2013 02:54 AM
  17. wanted198's Avatar
    That's not even remotely true. There will definitely be support.

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    Stop lying. If their company goes down then where are updates/support going to come from? Even everyone on crackberry knows this, people who bought the Q10 or Z10 are regretting it. I am glad I read this up because I was going to move from a 9790 to a Q10 until I found out the state they are in. Blackberry is done from the phone market, there's a chance they'll become a niche company but then they'll probably go back to OS7 style stuff.
    09-09-2013 06:48 AM
  18. A895's Avatar
    Stop lying. If their company goes down then where are updates/support going to come from? Even everyone on crackberry knows this, people who bought the Q10 or Z10 are regretting it. I am glad I read this up because I was going to move from a 9790 to a Q10 until I found out the state they are in. Blackberry is done from the phone market, there's a chance they'll become a niche company but then they'll probably go back to OS7 style stuff.
    It'll come from them. Blackberry if they are bought will still have to support their devices. There's millions of people with them. Does it really make sense that all of sudden they get bought any BlackBerry devices becomes a brick?

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    09-09-2013 07:32 AM
  19. wanted198's Avatar
    It'll come from them. Blackberry if they are bought will still have to support their devices. There's millions of people with them. Does it really make sense that all of sudden they get bought any BlackBerry devices becomes a brick?

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    You obviously don't know what you're talking about. They don't have to do anything if they close their smartphone market or company as a whole and sell off the properties. The devices don't become bricks, but there's never any updates. OS7 email goes down, and no developers will consider going near it anymore.
    09-09-2013 07:55 AM
  20. A895's Avatar
    You obviously don't know what you're talking about. They don't have to do anything if they close their smartphone market or company as a whole and sell off the properties. The devices don't become bricks, but there's never any updates. OS7 email goes down, and no developers will consider going near it anymore.
    You don't know what you are talking about. They can't close their whole smartphone market, of anything they will steadily lose market share until it is gone just like webos. And just like webos their devices still work after all these years even though webos went away years ago. As I said before, until everything is set in stone there is no reason to vindicate them, they are trying to stay in business and one of their options is to be bought and become a niche company. It still foes not make sense for them to not support their devices for the next couple years like a normal smartphone manufacturer.

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    09-09-2013 08:14 AM
  21. wanted198's Avatar
    You don't know what you are talking about. They can't close their whole smartphone market, of anything they will steadily lose market share until it is gone just like webos. And just like webos their devices still work after all these years even though webos went away years ago. As I said before, until everything is set in stone there is no reason to vindicate them, they are trying to stay in business and one of their options is to be bought and become a niche company. It still foes not make sense for them to not support their devices for the next couple years like a normal smartphone manufacturer.

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    It makes sense if they sell the company to people who want to profit by selling their properties, patents, anything. Those companies aren't going to carry on running a failing smartphone, the phones will still work but no more updates, no app store, no future.
    09-11-2013 07:33 PM
  22. A895's Avatar
    It makes sense if they sell the company to people who want to profit by selling their properties, patents, anything. Those companies aren't going to carry on running a failing smartphone, the phones will still work but no more updates, no app store, no future.
    Are you a seer? Do you have inside knowledge? No? Then what in the Sam Hell are you talking about? Until they are even bought out, everything you said will not have any time of truth. They don't even have any prospective buyers right now. At that, you still have the notion in your head that they will stop support for BlackBerry device if they are bought. That still does not make any type of business sense or normal sense, you think BlackBerry devices become electronic bricks when BlackBerry is bought.

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    09-11-2013 07:47 PM
  23. wanted198's Avatar
    BlackBerry board keen to sell company by November, report says | Digital Trends
    BlackBerry reportedly wants to sell itself by November | Mobile - CNET News
    BlackBerry hopes to sell company by November: report
    BlackBerry Seeks a Sale by November - WSJ.com
    BlackBerry sale date: November reportedly targeted | BGR
    BlackBerry Targeting Company Sell-Off by November - IBTimes UK

    Google it yourself and find many more news pages about it. You're just being in denial, I am a blackberry fan but at least I can admit it's over. You think if they become a niche company they're going to carry on with BB10, which aside from the hub is just a failed attempt at becoming more like android and iOS? They're obviously going to go back to their roots with OS7 style phones again.
    09-11-2013 08:30 PM
  24. patteruz's Avatar
    I'm really appreciating Samsung devices lately and micro SD support is just one of the reasons.
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    09-12-2013 02:25 AM
  25. A895's Avatar
    BlackBerry board keen to sell company by November, report says | Digital Trends
    BlackBerry reportedly wants to sell itself by November | Mobile - CNET News
    BlackBerry hopes to sell company by November: report
    BlackBerry Seeks a Sale by November - WSJ.com
    BlackBerry sale date: November reportedly targeted | BGR
    BlackBerry Targeting Company Sell-Off by November - IBTimes UK

    Google it yourself and find many more news pages about it. You're just being in denial, I am a blackberry fan but at least I can admit it's over. You think if they become a niche company they're going to carry on with BB10, which aside from the hub is just a failed attempt at becoming more like android and iOS? They're obviously going to go back to their roots with OS7 style phones again.
    Yeah, none of those links back up your claims that BlackBerry is abandoning their market. Then you say they are going back to OS7 style phones which they are not. They did one this year for emerging markets that's it.

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    09-12-2013 07:32 AM
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