We can’t still get our hands on the soon-to-be former record-holder of the world’s largest microSD card in terms of storage capacity (SanDisk, 400GB), yet we’re having another contender which will come in the market this February – UK’s Integral Memory 512GB microSDXC™ V10, UHS-I U1 card.
Ideal for expanding storage of portable devices which are usually dependent on microSD cards for storage expansion, this card meets the Video Speed Class 10 (V10) standard, which ensures fast data transfer and making the capture of Full HD video on devices including digital cameras, action cams, drones and camcorders quicker and more reliable.
The company also claims their new microSD card is able to deliver a transfer speed of 80MB/s, making the SanDisk’s 400GB microSD card a little bit faster at 100MB/s, but it should be enough for apps and recording tons of 4K video.
Pricing & Availability
Finally, the new 512GB microSD card will arrive this February, though there’s no information yet on how much this card will cost – don’t expect it to be cheap, as with any other premiums.
SanDisk’s 400GB card is priced around $250 on Amazon, and if you have common sense, of course, it’s given that a 512GB will cost more.
Seriously, who wants to have a 512GB microSD card? Well, for more research materials I guess?