The new 512GB microSDXC card has been performance tested with a range of smartphones and delivers up to 80MB/s transfer speed, while the card meets the Video Speed Class 10 (V10) standard, ensuring fast data transfer and able to capture more stills, video footage and more without the worry of running out of storage space.
"Consumers have been clear in their call for increased storage, as mobile devices have become essential to many in everyday life," commented James Danton, marketing manager, Integral Memory. "The need to provide extended memory for smartphones, tablets and a growing range of other mobile devices such as action cams and drones has been answered. As a company, we are very proud to be the first to achieve the 512GB capacity milestone in microSDXC, worldwide."
While the official pricing has not been revealed yet, it's guaranteed to be expensive once it launches sometime in February.
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