Micron’s microSD card adds 1TB of storage to smartphones and other devices.
MicroSD cards are usually the first choice when the scarce space in the smartphone must be increased. Often enough 64 GB of additional memory, but who needs much more, should be pleased about the announcement of the world’s largest microSD card by manufacturer Micron: The Micron c200 1TB microSDXC UHS-I Kart e uses as the first card in the world the Advanced 96- Layer 3D quad-level cell (QLC) NAND Technology from Micron.
In addition, the small card supports the A2 App Performance Class. This also allows apps and games with significantly lower load times without loss of performance on the map accommodate. Micron also offers the card in capacities from 128 GB. All models should be able to read data with at least 100 MB per second and write with up to 95 MB per second. A dynamic SLC cache should provide frequently used files even faster. From the 1TB c200 card Micron produces just the first samples. The cards will be available on the market from the second quarter of 2019. Information about the price of the cards Micron does not yet. Buyers, however, should start from a three-digit price. Samsung’s 512 GB card already costs just under 150 euros. If you already have 256 GB of extra memory, you only pay 45 Euros for the Samsung SDXC Evo Plus.