You have to pick over what's available in your area. Here I have http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Cell-Phones-Accessories-Unlocked/zgbs/wireless/2407749011
I have a few BLU models but generally the cheap under 100 buck models tend to top out at 32GB. I see http://www.amazon.com/Indigi%C2%AE-Unlocked-DualCore-T-Mobile-Straightalk/dp/B00TTCZN02/ref=zg_bs_2407749011_11 notes up to 128GB support. Look over the others and see if GSMARENA gives battery times.
I'm looking for an Android phone as a cheap, large capacity MP3 player. I currently have an iPhone 5S 32GB, but I have a pretty extensive music collection that I'd like to store on one device.
I've been looking on eBay as well as using GSMArena.com and 95% of the Android phones state that they only accept 32GB Micro SD cards. Is this a hard limit?
There's only one Android phone I've found that accepts 64GB cards - Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus S7583T
Am I going to run into problems if I try to use a 64GB card in any of the other Android devices? Can I get around the 32GB limit?
Thanks in advance!