The world’s first 16GB MicroSDHC cards are still not widely available around the globe, yet SanDisk is apparently readying cards that will have a huge storage capacity of 128GB.
That’s more than the capacity of lots of PCs and laptops currently on the market, and a lot more than many of us will ever need for our handsets.
According to Deccan Herald, the 128GB cards will be “MicroSD” ones, but since these officially support only up to 2GB of memory, it’s more likely that the future cards will be MicroSDHC.
Either way, the 128GB cards will be released in about three years, sometime in 2011. Well, too bad, because by then Apple might launch, let’s say, an iPhone 4G with 320GB of storage space, while Nokia might have an Nseries smartphone with similar internal memory.
But let’s dream no more and better wait for further details on SanDisk’s 128GB cards, ’cause they surely promise a lot.
Via Daily Mobile
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