SanDisk reveals world’s 1TB SD card prototype, no release date yet

SanDisk 1TB SD card

Growing trend for high-resolution, 4K and 8K, photography and videography has created an unparalleled demand for high capacity SD cards that can support this exponentially growing content on phones and cameras. As a solution, Western Digital has announced a prototype SanDisk 1TB SDXC card at Photokina 2016 (world’s finest trade show for photographers) in Cologne, Germany.

The 1 terabyte card is designed to allow photo and video professionals capture endlessly without worrying about unnecessary interruptions to ensure the workflow is streamlined.

SanDisk hasn’t given out much on the 1TB SDXC card, only that it’s the world’s first with this type of storage capacity.

We have nothing on the read/write speeds, or the date of release yet, but a press release informs the card is still in the prototype stage and is twice in storage capacity than the company’s previous best – 512GB Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-I card.

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