Put pics from holidays made by a 12mp cam on there and pics you made from phone (all in all 4000 here), movies that came in the cinema (no porn ), 700 songs and it will be filled up easily.
All in all I have 27.5GB data on my phone
You see while the 64GB micro SDXC cards work in basically every Android device, they generally only work when formatted to Fat32 rather than the SDXC standards native exFAT formatting system (several devices on ICS work with them formatted NTFS now also, but as a general rule Fat32 is the only option). The problem here is that when you use of these cards Fat32 formatted you impose a 4GB file size limit on them, which can be hassle for transferring HD video to your device, and even worse you curtail the stellar read and write speeds available in the SDXC standard. I for one can't wait to format my 64GB card to exFAT for unrestricted use in my S III.
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Figure that this is something to be aware of, although given the price of Sandisk cards seems to have tumbled (33% off retail price locally) I'm wondering whether this'd be a good present for an Arc S owner who really is into music. I was looking at 32GB Class 10 card, but this might be a better deal.
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