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What is Memory capacity ?
Amount of data in binary or digital form which can be stored inside the memory constitutes memory capacity. Digital data is always one of the following state 0 or 1.

How do define unit of memory capacity? As an example explain 1 GB (Giga Byte) of memory?

In decimal systems :
1GB = 10^9 bytes = 8 X 1 000 000 000 = 8 000 000 000 bits
Storage Memory classification - SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (SD High Capacity)
This storage memory is a non-volatile memory widely used in electronics for storing content created or downloaded on a fly. The information stored in this memory is not lost when the source of power is turned off. Some of the associated terms with SD memory is discussed below.   
Some other associated terms of measurements:
1GB = 1024 MB (Mega Byte)
1MB = 1024 KB (Kilo Byte)
1KB = 1024 B (Bytes)
1B = 8 Bits
Total capacity of 1 GB in bits = 1024 X 1024 X 1024 X 8 bits = 8589934592 bits
Tip to memorize  :- This memory is a permanent storage and all your music,  pictures, games, applications etc are stored in this memory.
SD can go upto max 2 GB (Giga Bytes)
SDHC can go upto max 32 GB.
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