SanDisk will soon be announcing their largest mobile phone storage capacity to date with their 16GB microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro (M2). And with a release date in October for the U.S., Europe and Asia, they're just in time to bring the recently announced T-Mobile G1 up to a level playing field with the iPhone 3G in terms of storage capacity.
These new higher capacity memory cards are intended to fall in line with the numerous features available on today's handsets. Where there are more features, there's more need for storage, so SanDisk is keeping with the times. But these cards are not just meant for mobile phones. In fact, they can be used in GPS and video cameras as well.
The SanDisk 16GB microSDHC will cost $99.99 and is intended for the latest in mobile devices with a microSD card slot like the T-Mobile G1. The Memory Stick Micro (M2) card will cost $129.99 and is intended for the latest generation of Sony Ericsson phones.