SanDisk just doubled up and rolled out a 128GB microSD card. Calling it the “world’s largest capacity” expandable memory card, it’s the biggest in the company’s portfolio.
Available exclusively through Best Buy and Amazon, this new gigantic microSD will run memory-hungry consumers $200.
Built for Android devices, SanDisk estimates this new microSD will be able to hold up to 16 hours of full-HD video, 7,500 songs, 3,200 photos and more than 125 apps on a single card.
“The technology used to design the 128GB Ultra microSDXC card is well in line with what mobile users expect, and demonstrates SanDisk’s commitment to mobility,” Christopher Chute, research director at IDC, said in a statement.
Along with the new card, SanDisk is releasing an updated version of its Memory Zone app with a new feature called OptiMem, allowing users to automatically transfer data to their microSD card, monitor mobile device memory levels, and alert the user when internal storage is getting too full.
SanDisk’s new external storage solution comes as the company is updating its iNAND Extreme internal memory.