A dedicated slot designed for inserting a memory card is available on certain devices. Memory cards serve the purpose of expanding the internal storage of the phone. In the past, these slots were also utilized to add new features like Wi-Fi connectivity, addressing missing functionalities.
Memory cards come in various capacities and facilitate the storage and transfer of files between compatible devices. Among the different types of memory cards, microSD has gained popularity and is commonly used by mobile phone manufacturers. However, Sony Ericsson, until recently, exclusively employed the Memory Stick Micro (M2) card type developed by Sony.
Memory card slots support different capacities depending on the device. Some slots can accommodate capacities up to 512GB, and there are even claims of future compatibility with 2TB cards, although they are not yet available.
As manufacturers rarely conduct extensive compatibility tests with newer and larger capacity cards released after a specific handset hits the market, our team endeavors to verify the functionality of larger capacity cards on older phones whenever possible.
When we confirm that a mobile phone successfully works with a memory card of higher capacity than officially stated by the manufacturer, we include this information in the phone’s specifications sheet within our database. The inclusion of the term ‘verified’ in the Card slot field indicates that our reviewing team has personally tested the device’s compatibility with the stated capacity, even if it is not officially endorsed by the manufacturer.
Nevertheless, it is important to exercise caution and consider individual variations, as the performance may vary with specific units.