View Full Version : Do communicators support extremely fast version 4.0 MMC cards?


msiivola
27-01-2005, 02:20 AM
MMCplus™ cards, named MMCplus, support x1, x4 and x8 bus widths. They are just now coming to mass market. These cards should be MUCH faster than earlier card generation: Operating at 52 MHz in x8 bit mode, data can be transferred at up to 52 Mbyte/sec., a 20-fold improvement from the previous standards: http://www.mmca.org/press/MMCA-SpecV-4.pdf

Does anybody know if Nokia 9500/9300 support 8x buswidth.? If yes, then it is a good idea to wait for them.

craigl21
11-05-2005, 11:01 PM
MMCplus™ cards, named MMCplus, support x1, x4 and x8 bus widths. They are just now coming to mass market. These cards should be MUCH faster than earlier card generation: Operating at 52 MHz in x8 bit mode, data can be transferred at up to 52 Mbyte/sec., a 20-fold improvement from the previous standards: http://www.mmca.org/press/MMCA-SpecV-4.pdf

Does anybody know if Nokia 9500/9300 support 8x buswidth.? If yes, then it is a good idea to wait for them.


using 66x card and no hassles :D

N/A
12-05-2005, 12:06 PM
Does anybody know if Nokia 9500/9300 support 8x buswidth.? If yes, then it is a good idea to wait for them.No, they don't. Evidence: if you open a 9300 or 9500, you will see only the standard 7 leads/connects in the MMC reader. High-speed MMC's need 13 to take get the speed.