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Kingston Debuts High-Capacity Flash Cards For Mobile Phones

6/19/2006 12:48:00 PM Eastern

Fountain Valley, Calif. — Memory manufacturer Kingston Technology introduced high-capacity memory cards aimed at the exploding market for multimedia mobile phones.

The company will ship a 2GB miniSD and a 2GB MMCmobile card to dealers this month. Both cards will retail for $80.

In addition to the cards, the company launched a mobile phone portal on its Web site to promote the use of expansion memory cards in mobile phones. In a partnership with Handango — an online store offering downloadable content for mobile phones — Kingston’s Mobile Phone Village will give mobile users an opportunity to purchase content that can be stored on flash-memory cards.

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