Kingston Digital Inc. announced this week that it was shipping the first 32GB microSDHC flash memory cards, which it has earmarked for business solutions and smartphone uses as our multimedia words get larger.

“The need for additional portable storage has grown as the mobile phone has transitioned from a simple voice device to a powerful multifunctional tool which is used to email, listen to music, take photos and watch movies,” said Mike Kuppinger, flash card product manager at Kingston. “Mobile phones are about more than just staying in touch as we also use them to take pictures at our kids’ sporting events, shoot videos on vacation and post to social media sites. An extra 32GB of expandable memory takes these capabilities even further.”

A 32GB microSDHC card is capable of storing nearly 29,000 photos, over 6,000 songs and more than 2,000 minutes of video, accoriding to Kingston.

The card is verified to work with the HTC Evo 4G, Shadow, Droid X, Blackberry Bold 9000, and Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant.

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