Mobiles, now it's time to expand memory

Memory has so far been the Achilles' heel of mobiles. Every time you can do more things with them, take photos, download files, tones ... but with a limited memory it is like having a glass of water with a thimble, so they begin to have more and more capacity to save data. It's nothing incredible but the Samsung D500, a sliding case model, has a 96 megabyte memory to save photos that can be taken by your 1.3 megapixel camera (with flash and digital zoom x7), or to save 60 minutes of video or store between 15 and 20 files of music. It weighs 99 grams and has a USB, Bluetooth and infrared port. The model's screen is a 1.9-inch TFT LCD with 262,000 colors, and it has an integrated Voice Clarity handsfree

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