The first 400GB microSD card is here, from SanDisk

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Western Digital Corporation has announced the new 400GB microSD card under the SanDisk brand name. That makes the new card the highest capacity microSD card in the market for mobile devices.

The 400GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card is arriving two years after SanDisk launched the 200GB microSD card. SanDisk is a Western Digital Corporation brand.


first 400GB microSD card

SanDisk says that the new microSD card meets the A1 App Performance Class specification, which means that the card can load apps installed on it faster.

Pricing Of The New SanDisk 400GB MicroSD Card

The new 400GB card carries a ten-year limited warranty and will cost $249.99, the manufacturer’s recommended retail price.

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7 comments

  1. Wow, 400GB microSD card!? This is definitely first of its kind. But one thing I know for sure is that, it’s only meant for big phones alone, people with low range smartphone most not try it on their phones, the size will be too large for them to carry. I hope am right about this? Mister MO

    1. Did you see the price?

      Madness is defined as using an SdCard that costs twice the phone you use it on ..

  2. Infact, let’s call this a hard disk please.

    But are most phone processors capable of withstanding an SD card of this capacity?

    Hmmm…

    U just have to wonder where we would be without the Digital Revolution

  3. Was asking a techie friend the feasibility of using a laptop that has no hard disk installed AT ALL..

    He said the speed would be the problem.. THE flash drives and SDCards may be matching the hard disks in capacity, but how about the speed?

    If I have a flash drive of half a terabyte (that’s the next logical step), what do I still need a conventional Internal Hard Disk for, with all the crash ability?

  4. Now we’re talking. But the challenge will be in usage. How many phones can carry this?
    On a lighter note tho, because of the price, if an armed robber accosts you and attempts to dispossess you of your phone, you’ll probably roll on the floor crying “Please take the phone and give me my memory card”…

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