I’m not sure if Nintendo is relevant (although, yes, NES emulator will be installed at some point) but… has anyone (@lipu, @dos?) tested how big SD card the L5 accepts - what are you using? @amosbatto had the specs but can we get empirical facts on this?
However if I found one, I don’t think I would like the price. Almost as much again as the phone itself? I will be happy with 1TB or even 512GB (which are both available, and both more or less affordable).
I don’t know what “support” means unless it has been tested.
For the highest power of 2, that is within the theoretical range, to work it does require no crappy software / firmware / hardware that interprets an unsigned value as a signed value - and lots of other things can go wrong besides.
yes they are likely to cost an arm and a leg but what would you say if i told you that there are some variants of the same model and size that are marketed as ‘long-lasting’ and ‘for-harsh-environments’ that also get less warm and have better write life cycles … they are twice as much usually. that means both arms and both legs
Read the reviews on Amazon of one suspiciously cheap high capacity µSDXC card (I forget which one but either 512GB or 1TB) and all the reviews are saying that the card simply doesn’t work! You would be buying a relatively expensive small rectangle of plastic, but don’t expect to use it to store data other than what you might handwrite on it. LOL.
I’ll be sticking with a mainstream brand at a credible, if higher, price from a reputable seller.