Users may need to format the SDXC cards using the built-in memory card format utility in order for them to work, however.
The frustrating thing about microSDXC support is that it’s seemingly being kept secret by device makers, perhaps because the technology is so new. At present, compatibility information is coming more from users than hardware companies, which may limit adoption by users of compatible handsets.
Current Android Device microSDXC Compatibility Chart
SanDisk is currently selling a 64GB microSDXC memory card, as is Kingmax. The second is far less expensive.
We’ll keep this page updated as new compatibility information is made available, both from end users and via official channels. If you have information regarding microSDXC compatibility with your Android smartphone or tablet, please email us or post a comment here.
*Compatibility not confirmed, but reported.
Wikipedia microSDXC Information Page
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