A new king is here: The Integral Memory’s 512GB micro SD Card, It packs a whooping 512GB of storage(Which is half a terabyte) in a tiny chip. Just don’t even imagine to lose such a chip.
It was recorded that in Q3 of 2017, SanDisk released a 400GB micro SD Card. This made them attain a world record for largest Micro SD Card on the market. Though, This record was short-lived as barely a year after this, Integral Memory’s upped their game and released a 512GB micro SD Card.
It has been rumored that the micro SD Card would run at a processing speed up to 80MB/s. Although, This is a nice speed but when compared to SanDisk’s 400GB Micro SD Card which runs at 100MB/s, The Integral Memory’s card is a bit slow.
The new Micro SD Card is also classified as an SDXC UHS-I U1 card (i.e, it has a minimum write speed of 10MB/s) and meets the V10 standard for video transfer rates, so it’s designed to capture full HD video off cameras.
The date of official release hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s going to be launched and available in the open market sometime in February.