SanDisk 200 GB MicroSD Card Launched in World Mobile Congress
If you need a huge data storage in your mobile then SanDisk 200GB MicroSD card is here. SanDisk Corporation, a global leader in flash storage solutions, today introduced the 200GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSD UHS-1 Premium Edition card. It is world’s highest capacity microSD card for use in mobile devices. This capacity gives you the ability to store up to 20 hours of HD video. Just after one year 128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card, SanDisk has increased storage capacity by 56% within the same fingernail-sized form factor.
It is interesting to note that an user may not actually be able to use SanDisk 200GB microSD card. This is because most smartphone and devices does not support it. Right now high end smartphone support up to 128GB cards. The latest flagship smartphone HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, Sony Xperia Z4 does not even support expandable storage.
Dinesh Bahal, vice president, product marketing, SanDisk said:
[pull_quote_center]We continue to push technology boundaries to deliver record-breaking solutions that transform the way consumers use their mobile devices. Sandisk 200GB MicroSD card is the World’s Highest Capacity Card.[/pull_quote_center]
SanDisk 200GB microSD has blazingly fast transfer speed of up to 90MB/s to deliver premium performance. At this transfer speed, consumers can expect to move up to 1,200 photos per minute. SanDisk 200GB microSD comes with a ten year limited warranty. More specification of SanDisk 200GB microSD are:
- Performance/speed is up to 90MB/s read speed, write speed lower).
- Card dimension is 0.59in x 0.43in x 0.04in (14.99mm x 10.92mm x 1.02mm).
- Operating temperature for the card is -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85ºC).
- Storage temperature is -40F to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC).
- Class 10 for Full HD video (1920×1080).
- Memory Zone app lets you auto-manage media and memory for peak phone performance.
- Comes with SD™ adapter for use in MIL cameras.
- Support: 10-year limited warranty.
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