Need MMC !!!

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  1. esh1manarsenal

    esh1manarsenal New Member

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    I have a Nokia 6600 and I have only a 32mb MMC card. I wanna go for a good 512mb or a 1gb card, but I don't know if the phone'll support it. Can someone please tell me how much memory it'll support, and what a 512mb and a 1gb card will set me back by ?

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    1GB yaar.... get a RSDV 1GB NCP mmc for 1200/-
    my guarantee it ll work
     
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    esh1manarsenal New Member

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    You sure ? I asked at Nokia Priority and they told me a 512 costs 1000. If a 1gb costs 1200 and my phone does support it, then hell - I'd rather go for it. Cool, I'll ask around.
     
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    512MB would be a better option if you would like your phone to work at the same speed.. A 1GB card slows it down, and sometimes makes it hang..
     
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    1 gb card does not slow anythig until and unless u go bonkers and start filling the entire 1 gb .... other than that 1 gb cards wrk fine on 6600 i second pathiks' guarantee
     
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    for 6600 256 is the best.
    512 but will slow down ur phone a bit.
    512+ dont go for them

    BTW 512MB NCP MMC is for Rs.500/-
     
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    i m using a 1GB on my ngage Qd and its faster than ever.....
    so i suppose u shd take it...
     
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    The Nokia dealer from whom i bought my 6630 said that it wud b better if we use 512 MB card on phones like 7610,6600,6630,6670. He said that we use 1gb card, it will "hang a lot". Hence I got a 512 Mb MMC card for 1100/- bucks.........
     
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    rollcage AMD user for 9 yrs!!

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    Just Buy Kingston or Transcend Always

    DV-RS MMC 512MB - Rs 800

    5 Yr warranty :)
     
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    oooops, that was a typing mistake :D :D
     
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    Transcend is not available every where..btw here in hyd i have only seen ncp mmc cards and yes they are selling...infact even i got a 1Gb for 1200

    For 6600 i suggest you go for 2*512 Mb mmc cards..its gonna cost you the same
     
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    If you are not gonna fill the 1 GB then why do you need it at all..??? :D ;)
     
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