Just about two weeks ago we brought you the news of SanDisk releasing their first 64 GB MicroSDXC card to the world and now we have unconfirmed reports that the new card is working on some Android devices already - both old and new ones. With the storage amount this huge, you could store a lot of stuff in it especially HD videos and it has been reported that the new card works on the following Android Devices:
- Samsung Galaxy S II
- HTC Sensation 4G (should work on the non-4G version too)
- ASUS EEE Pad Transformer Tablet
- EVO 4G
- Samsung Galaxy S I
- HTC Desire Z
The last 3 on the list are old devices and it appears that the new card works fine just as long as you format it from your Android device when you insert it (you'll get a corrupt / error message, but you can just proceed to format it). There's no guarantee that the card will work in long term or whether there'll be any data corruption whatsoever, so if you're willing to fork out $219 to give it a whirl, be my guest. Just be prepared for any eventualities that might occur.