SanDisk and Micron announce the world’s first 1TB microSD card

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On the other hand, Micron's 1TB microSD card offers read speed of 100MB per second and write speed of 95MB per second.

The massive amount of storage will allow you to store a almost infinite amount of pictures, hours of 4K video recording, a ton of GBs of Multimedia content and much more. SanDisk says this is almost twice as fast as standard UHS-I microSD cards in the market.

The SD Association has today announced microSD Express, a new storage format for mobile devices.

SanDisk and Micron just announced the world's first 1TB microSD cards, with a release date pegged for April. That's hardly a surprise considering that prices for existing microSD tiers, which ran up to 512GB until Monday morning, dropped significantly, so new products were likely inbound. It's rated at U3 and A2 speeds, which means you're good for up to 160MB/s read speeds and 90MB/s write speeds.

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As high-end smartphones move towards having 1TB of built-in storage, high capacity and high speed storage microSD cards give those who buy cheaper smartphones and tablets a good way to bump up storage capacity without loosing out too much on speed.

Moreover, it employs the Micron 96-layer 3D QLC NAND and has Video Speed Class 30 support.

Properly equipped phones are required to reach the speeds indicated by SanDisk and Micron. The SanDisk Extreme UHS-1 microSDXCcan reach data read speeds of up to 160 MB/second or about 70 percent faster than the older UHS-1 microSD cards. The Micron c200 1TB microSD card is now going through the sampling phase and will become widely available in Q2 2019.