It's 1TB of storage on a tiny, tiny card. It's the ideal card for recording 4K video, drones and a lot more.
While both solutions offer the same amount of capacity, Western Digital's has the higher read performance rating--the 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC card is rated to hit read speeds of up to 160MB/s, whereas Micron's c200 1TB microSDXC card is rated to read data at 100MB/s.
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Different types of microSD cards such as microSD HC, XC and UC Express, will become available in the future.
SanDisk claims its 1TB microSD card is the world's fastest. According to Micron, this card has been designed specifically for high-performance mobile applications, and is certified for the A2 App Performance Class specification.
The 1 Terabyte cards double the supported storage of microSD cards. Write speeds for the card, meanwhile, reach up to 90 MB/s.
The SanDisk card will be priced at $449.99 when its release in April of this year, while the Micron card will be "priced competitively" when its released during the second quarter of 2019.