SanDisk is now available as the world's first 1 TB microSD card. The Amazon and B&H are available on the SanDisk website. You will be backed $450 by this wonder of electronics.
By comparison, the PNY 512 GB microSD (one of the first) launched in the middle of 2018 at $350. In the coming months, the price of the 1 TB monster card will therefore fall but smaller cards will become even cheaper.
The SanDisk Extreme 1 TB car has a UHS-I U3 and a V30 rated, so 4K video recording and transfer speeds of up to 90MB/s can be handled for sequence reads and 60MB/s for writings. The card has a rating of A2 for application (4,000 IOPS and 2,000 IOPS reads guaranteed).
If more time is needed, SanDisk's German website lists the microSD Extreme Pro 1 TB card that can be read and written in sequence up to 170MB/s.
The U3, V30 and A2 ratings are also included. However, this one is not yet available. Both cards are resistant to temperature, water, shock and x-ray insulation.
Moreover, all phones supporting 512 GB microSD cards should also be able to support 1 TB of the card (the XC standard is the same).
This launch comes just months after the first 1TB SD card hit stores. It costs $400 now, but be aware that the larger SD factor makes reaching greater capabilities easier.
Built for extreme conditions temperature proof, water proof, shock proof, and x-ray proof(3)
Delivers 4K Ultra HD and Full HD video recording and playback(1)
Meets the new UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) for 4K UHD(4)
Transfer faster with read speeds up to 90MB/(5)
Up to 1TB2 for more space to catch the thrill