SanDisk makes 400GB microSD versions, and Samsung has 256GB cards available. It’s probably just a matter of time before they launch their own 512GB microSD cards. In the meantime, a different company beat both SanDisk and Samsung to being the first storage device maker to announce a 512GB card.
Integral, a UK-based storage company, just announced the largest capacity microSD card in the world, the 512GB microSDXC V10, UHS-I U1 card — wow that’s a lot of storage jargon.
The 512 GB micro SD card will be available in the UK from February for $ 250, which will be available at approximately Rs 15,916.
Samsung a few weeks ago announced that it’s ready to manufacture 512GB storage modules for smartphone and tablets, prompting speculation that the Galaxy S9 will be available in 512GB storage versions. Assuming Samsung will indeed launch a 512GB Galaxy S9, Integral’s new storage product would allow Galaxy S9 buyers to bump storage all the way up to 1TB.