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re: Under the Hood: Blackberry wins handset data-rate bakeoff
RazaH   11/26/2007 11:39:05 PM
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Hi, can I ask which uSD card you used with BlackBerry 8120?. Thanks

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re: Under the Hood: Blackberry wins handset data-rate bakeoff
RazaH   11/29/2007 5:49:39 PM
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I think you have RAZR2 description incorrect - USB performance numbers are those of a USB-HS device but only GSM version of RAZR2 (V8) has USB-HS - but it has 2GB of internal memory but no memory card. 3G version of RAZR2 (V9) has some internal memory and a removable card but does not has USB-HS so it can not get the throughput rates you are measuring.

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