SanDisk launches world's first microSD card with 1 TB capacity

The microSD 1 TB card achieves speeds of up to 160 MB / s. You can now transfer files in almost half of the UHS-I microSD cards available on the market.

 


If your high-end Android phone allowed you to capture amazing images but storage was still disappointing, SanDisk just answered all your prayers.


At the World Mobile Congress (MWC 2019) in Barcelona, the company introduced the world's first 1 TB microSD card.

Designed for the current generation of multi-camera smartphones and high-resolution video capture, but lacking sufficient built-in storage options, the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHS-1 1TB card offers speed and superior capture and displacement. Large amounts of high quality photos and videos on smartphones, drones and action cameras.

The microSD 1 TB card achieves speeds of up to 160 MB / s. You can now transfer files to almost half of the UHS-I microSD cards available on the market.

The SanDisk Extreme UHS-1 microSDXC 1TB card is available for pre-order on the SanDisk website and will be available in select retail stores in April 2019. It will cost $ 499.99. A capacity of 512 GB is also available for the SanDisk Extreme card, priced at 199.99 USD.

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