As you might expect, though, the card will cost you a pretty penny: it's being sold through SanDisk's online store and Amazon with a price tag of $450. Samsung, meanwhile, sells its 512GB microSD card for $99.99, which sounds like an incredible deal by comparison. This price seems high, but it makes ideal sense when you consider that a 512GB card is in the region of $200. It's different from the previous highest-capacity card also released by SanDisk.
SanDisk seems to have quietly made its mammoth microSD card available for purchase to the masses.
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So, if you think your Android phone or other gadgets don't have enough room, this is the beast to get. It's capable of 4K Ultra HD and Full HD video recording and playback no less, and meets proper UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) for 4K UHD standards. But, make no mistake, 1TB of storage in a tiny card isn't cheap.
The product page, reported earlier by Tom's Guide, notes read speeds up to 90MB/s and write speeds up to 60MB/s, which is a little slower than the world's fastest flash memory option that SanDisk promised at MWC. Given the steep discount, it's only a matter of time before this product runs out of stock.
Amazon lists the SanDisk 1TB Extreme microSDXC in different capacities. Lifetime warranty in regions not recognizing "limited" warranty.