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In early 2012 SanDisk unveils first 128GB SDXC memory card that had the highest rate on record – 45mbps per second. A year ago, the company introduced its first micro SD card with the same capacity. And this week at MWC 2015 in Barcelona, ​​SanDisk raised the stakes once again by announcing micro SD card with a whopping 200GB memory. It has more memory than many modern laptops equipped with SSD drives.

Now you can turn any mobile device into a portable hard drive for music and photos. Of course the manufacturers of smartphones and tablets need to obtain support for this gigantic card memory, but it will not be a big problem. The company noted that seven out of ten pictures were already taken with smartphones and tablets, as they believe that the ratio will increase to nine from ten to 2019.

SanDisk hope the card will be useful, although the future of SD cards for mobile phones is far from certain. The new flagship of Samsung, Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, this year broke with the tradition of slots for MicroSD cards, which could seriously affect the market for memory cards as Samsung is one of the companies with the largest sales in the smartphone segment. The new HTC One M9 retain the ability to add memory card and it’s good for companies like SanDisk. However, it is not excluded and Samsung again to embed MicroSD slot in the new models in 2016.

SanDisk’s new card has an impressive transfer rate of 90MB/sec, but this is nothing compared to the last SSD drives and even some evidence that additional storage can slow Android smartphones in general. Yet, there are millions of existing Android devices that will benefit from the new Micro SD card with 200GB capacity. The bad news here it’s the price – $400!

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