What is the difference between MicroSD and MicroSDHC?

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The difference between MicroSD and MicroSDHC is that MicroSD cards have slower transfer speeds than MicroSDHC. They are both small SD-type cards that are frequently used in phones and other small electronic devices. The HC in MicroSDHC stands for High Capacity.
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MicroSD cards are older than MicroSDHC cards and due to their design, can not be manufactured to hold more than 2GB of data. MicroSDHC cards can hold more than 2GB of data and are
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Adding to Pete's answer, there are also SDXC cards which can store upto 2TB of information.
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The capacity of SD card is lower than 2GB, but SDHC is a newer format that supports much higher total capacity, can up to 32GB. For sdhc card. http://r4i-3ds.com/buy-kingston-2gb-
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SD (Secure Digital) is a type of flash memory card. Micro SD cards are smaller versions of the regular SD card and are usually used in small devices like MP3 players or cell phones.
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