01-09-2022 01:42 PM in
01-09-2022 05:21 PM in
Hi @Matt0rgill It is not likely SD Card slots will return to the flagships. The trend is to encourage Cloud storage and now bigger internal storage options are available, may be at too high a premium for some though. There is also the option to back up to computer/external hard drive. Companies can also fit in more components, whilst some diehard fans not as popular nowadays and the fact remains that is not the fastest Technology.
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01-09-2022 05:38 PM in
01-09-2022 06:21 PM in
I totally understand and appreciate your viewpoint on this @Matt0rgill
Some love using Sd Cards and others prefer the built in storage and cloud vaults.
I'm of the latter due to a few Sd Cards corrupting on me 😔
I'll end by never say never.
If market trend sways enough any manufacturer will adapt.
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01-09-2022 07:20 PM - last edited 01-09-2022 07:20 PM
@Matt0rgill: While we have moved away from SD card support in our flagship models, you may wish to check out our A Series if this is a deal breaking feature. The A53 5G, for instance, is compatible with Micro SD cards up to 1TB capacity. To find out more, please check out the link below.
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