SanDisk always has an impressive SD card to show at big events. This year at the MWC it's not about storage, it's about speed - 275MB/s worth of speed from a tiny microSD card.
The SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II card makes offloading all your 4K footage that much easier. It comes bundled with a USB 3.0 reader for guaranteed downloads at max speed.
The card is no slouch when it comes to write speeds either - up to 100MB/s.
This card will be available in Q2 two in two capacities - 64GB and 128GB. For $180 and $300 respectively. They have a lifetime limited lifetime guarantee.
The company also unveiled new flash drives with a USB Type-C plug that you can use many of the new phones that launched at the MWC. They start at $20 for 16GB and go up to 128GB for $80. Read speeds reach 150MBps.
Only problem is that LG G5 and the Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge won't be able to tap into their SD cards for storing apps. This would surely stop me from buying.
They aren't planning on selling any with those prices....
so what now ? who uses it honestly .. few % of ppl..