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# 67961 11-Sep-2010 21:52
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Hey all, this is my first post on geekzone :D

I just bought an HTC Wildfire about 2 weeks ago and im wondering if someone can recommend me somewhere to buy a 32GB micro SD/SDHC card for my phone.
Im not too fussed if its slow if it means I get a significant price discount as the class mainly affects the write speed from what Ive heard.
As long as its a reliable card thats fast enough to play music and movies at 320x240 resolution etc. im happy.

If anyone know of any places i can get a 32GB card thats reliable but cheap would be great!

Thanks

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  # 378871 11-Sep-2010 22:23
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Am yet to see a cheap 32 gig, but there are many cheap 16s around the place, so perhaps just get 2 and swap when needed? the UI on phones tends to be crap for large music collections in any case.





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  # 378886 11-Sep-2010 23:29
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I brought mine new off of Trade Me, it is only 4 GB, but you can get larger sized cards on there.

 
 
 
 


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  # 378948 12-Sep-2010 11:51
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Hmmm, it looks like they don't have any 32GB cards.

From memory, they would be very expensive - I went with a 16GB card earlier this year as the cost of 32GB was excessive. 

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