SanDisk announced their 1 Terabyte microSD card at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
This subsidiary of Micron and Western Digital claims that the new 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC is one of the fastest in the world with A2 App performance compatibility for Android devices.
SanDisk also asserts that the microSD card can achieve read and write speeds of up to 160MB/sec and 90MB/sec respectively. And this is around 50% more than any standard UHS-I microSD cards, currently available in the market at this time.
Similarly, Micron also announced its new c200 1TB microSD card and proclaims it to offer the read and write speeds of up to 100MB/sec and 95MB/sec respectively. It features UHS-I and A2 app performance capability for Android devices.
Both these microSD cards will be up for sales in Q2 2019. Sandisk is offering their’s first in April in the US with the price tag of USD 499.
So are you excited to see these cards in Nepal? Tell us how useful do you find spending this sum of money for a microSD card.