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By jamessezhi, Junior Member on 20th May 2014, 03:18 PM
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128GB Micro Sd San Disk works on a Sony Experia Z2

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Bought mine from: Moby Memory

Arrived 2 days after ordering!!
 
 
20th May 2014, 05:32 PM |#2  
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Cool

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20th May 2014, 05:49 PM |#3  
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Excellent

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Excellent

Sent from my Xperia Z1

Yup, I've been using the same one. Works well.
20th May 2014, 10:46 PM |#5  
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The specs said it supported it, even the z1 works with it and it only said up to 64

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great,but I've no need for that
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128GB Micro Sd San Disk works on a Sony Experia Z2

Tried and tested.

Bought mine from: Moby Memory

Arrived 2 days after ordering!!

Thanks to confirm. It makes my selection between Galaxy S5 harder, since I listen to mostly SACD images, and they are bulky. I guess a final word will be which one uses better DAC. So far it is hard to figure, since most people ignore how good phone for playing hi res music.
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Thanks to confirm. It makes my selection between Galaxy S5 harder, since I listen to mostly SACD images, and they are bulky. I guess a final word will be which one uses better DAC. So far it is hard to figure, since most people ignore how good phone for playing hi res music.

What player do you use? (I've just started using FLAC files).
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