- Samsung is set to release its 512GB microSD memory card.
- It’s not cheap, though. It is currently listed on the German version of its website for 289.90 euros (~$330.75).
- Samsung is currently selling some of its other microSD cards at a heavily reduced price.
Those waiting for Samsung’s 512GB microSD card may not have to wait much longer as the company has listed the card on its official website in Germany. Spotted by AllAboutSamsung (via SamMobile), the listing suggests it will cost 289.90 euros when it goes up for sale.
The 289.90 euro price tag in Germany is quite a step up from the price of the 256BG version of the card. This currently costs only 99 euros in Germany or $109.99 in the U.S, making double the capacity close to three times the cost. The card is also listed on the U.S. version of the Samsung website, but as yet we haven’t seen a price, or an indication as to when it will be on sale.
The card will be part of Samsung’s Evo Plus range of expandable storage, boasting read speeds of up to 100MB per second and a write speed of up to 90MB per second. If Samsung’s other Evo Plus microSD cards are any indication, it will also have a 10-year warranty and be water resistant.
If you are in the market for a new microSD card and don’t mind getting one with smaller storage, Samsung has reduced the price of some of its other Evo Plus memory cards. The 256GB version of the card is available with $70 off for $109.99, the 128GB version is available with $62 off for $37.99, and the 64GB and 32GB versions are available for $21.99 and $13.99 respectively.