Introducing a new Flash Drive for Android smartphones
Until recently, flash drives were used in conjunction with the standard Type A-USB port found on most laptop or desktop computers. Transfer of data, video, pictures, and music were often done through USB-A connector devices.
With the rapid growth of the smartphone, consumers began to demand a standardized Micro-USB connector for their cell phones. In 2007, cellular phone carriers met that demand by using the Micro-USB as the customary connection for data and power on mobile devices. In October 2009, the International Telecommunication Union embraced the Micro-USB as well.
This standardization of Micro-USB connectors for non-Apple smartphones has caused many users to look for portable data storage solutions for their phones. They want the convenience of not having to connect to their computer to upload or download files.
The Micro-USB Flash Drive for Android phones is the answer to their prayers. It uses flash memory coupled with a Micro-USB connector. This means it can connect right into digital devices such as smartphones, tablets and most current portable OTG (On-the-Go) devices. Many Android smartphones utilize OTG (On-the-Go) technology which enables the phone to recognize the Micro-USB Flash Drive as an external memory device.
The Flash Drive with Micro-USB port is perfect for transferring and storing data files such as video. These files are very large, so it would be time consuming and expensive to transfer them via a cellular connection.
There was a limited number of Micro-USB flash drives for smartphones produced in 2013. Digital Copycat has introduced the first 2 Dual Connector Flash Drives for the Android Phone.
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