32GB means 20000+ eAAC music files for me!
You may think this is not related to mobile phones, as in most cases they use microSD cards. However, bare in mind this is another barrier broken, hence we can expect to see the microSD versions to follow pretty soon. Also, some other mobile devices like the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet use SDHC memory cards, and there the new high-capacity cards could prove to be very useful.
Anyhow, Toshiba will be shipping the 32 GB SDHC memory cards starting from January for about $695. A couple of months earlier (October), the Japanese company will start selling the 16GB version for $348. Both cards will be capable of a write speed in excess of 6MB per second and usable with all devices compatible with the SDHC specification.