Mar 01 AT 5:50 PM Alex Wagner 5 Comments

SanDisk’s latest microSD card has a whopping 200GB of storage


After launching 128GB microSD cards at MWC 2014, SanDisk today one-upped itself with an even larger card.

SanDisk has revealed a 200GB microSD card for mobile phones and tablets. The 200GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, Premium Edition looks just like a regular microSD card, but it’s got 56 more storage than SanDisk’s next-largest card, the 128GB model. This new 200GB card has a transfer speed of up to 90MB per second.

So how much will having 200GB of removable storage in your smartphone cost? SanDisk says that when its new card goes on sale in Q2, it’ll have an MSRP of $399.99. Better start saving now.

Source: SanDisk

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  • Eli Gaffke

    Too bad the S6 won’t have a sd card slot. Dummies!

  • bob

    I agree. The only reason Samsung still held on to the top spot in Android is removable battery and expandable storage. Getting rid of the changeable battery option was bad enough (a @#$%& apple move in my book) but getting rid of the ad card slot means Samsung has just ceased to have any relevance in the Android smartphone field. HTC and Sony and all of the position hungry Chinese smartphone manufacturers will eat Samsung’s lunch. Android users demand more than just limited apple functionality and Samsung had just chucked that out the window along with their market share

  • Bart

    Speaking of which, I recently ordered this 128Gb SD card for use as external storage on my laptop. I’ve had it a few months and love it and the price made it even sweeter.

  • sandwich

    Anyone have an inkling why they departed from exponent-based capacities?

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