SanDisk Unveils Massive 200GB microSD Card at MWC 2015
It seems 128GB wasn’t enough, as flash memory specialists SanDisk has announced a 200GB microSD card (the Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card Premium Edition). It is claimed to be the largest commercially available microSD card.
The 200GB microSDXC card will sell for about $400 when it arrives in Q2 of this year, and your phone should be compatible with SDXC standard to make the card work. It is claimed to have transfer speeds of about 90MB per second, or approx. 1,200 photos per minute.
Meanwhile, SanDisk’s Memory Zone app for Android can automatically transfer data to the microSD card at times when storage is limited on a smartphone or a tablet.
In addition, the company also announced 32GB and 64GB high endurance microSD cards, specially created for dash-cams and home security systems. These high endurance memory cards can withstand extreme temperatures such as heat and extreme chills. These high-endurance cards are also designed keeping in mind heavy duty video recording. They come with a two year warranty and will be available in the U.S, Europe and South Korea.