In a world where 64GB of memory expansion is still considered a big deal, SanDisk announced the inevitable today at Mobile World Congress, the final introduction of a 128GB microSD Card. But it’s no ordinary microSD Card, this is a Class 10 SDXC Card so expect super fast transfer rates of up to 30MB/s transfer, which SanDisk say is perfect for storing 4K video content, which seen as a load of devices such as the Sony Xperia Z2 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 have 4K capture, and a microSD Card slot, this is going to be an incredibly useful feature.
Another awesome thing announced, or more cleared up by SanDisk, is compatibility. SanDisk claim the 128GB microSD will work on any device capable of using SDXC Memory Cards, this can include Android devices and more or less any other devices with a Card slot, although they did mention not every device will be compatible now and may require a firmware update first.
As kind of expected, the 128GB microSD Card from SanDisk isn’t cheap, and will retail for $119, other prices *as of yet* to be confirmed, the Card goes on sale in the States immediately, with international sale coming shortly.