Even though most of our mobile devices are now capped to support microSD cards of only up to 32GB, that doesn’t stop manufacturers from bringing on the next generation of microSD cards. KINGMAX has just announced the launch of the world’s first-ever 64GB microSD card. Like its name says, it will store up to 64GB of data which translates into roughly 30,000 digital photos, more than 2,000 albums, or 24+ hours of 720p HD video. It has a Class 6 rating which means read/write speeds of up to 48Mbps, and it will feature error correction control, low energy consumption and to top it all off – a lifetime guarantee.
No word on pricing or availability, we’re pretty excited thinking about all the entertainment and apps we will be able to store on our mobile devices in the future. Anybody keen on picking up these SD cards in the future?
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