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WD's SanDisk's UHS-I microSDXC, meanwhile, boasts "up to" speeds of 160MB/s reads and 90MB/s writes.

Micron said it meets the A2 App Performance Class specification for Android Adoptable storage, meaning app and game files on the card load faster.

The SD Express standard, part of the wider SD 7.1 strategy, announced at the show will deliver read speeds of up to 985MB/s - almost ten times faster than the top-out speed of current cards.

Earlier today, we reported on some very exciting news regarding microSD - a new faster "Express" version of the card type is on the way. microSD Express will usher in a new era of ultra-fast diminutive storage cards. But the big question is backwards compatibility - to which the answer is yes, if you put an Express card into an older device, it will work as a normal legacy SD card. Even now with Samsung offering 1TB of in-built storage with its latest flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S10 Plus - microSD cards are making a statement of intent. However, if you do not need this much storage space and are in no mood to splurge, you can go for the $199.99 512GB variant.

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SanDisk's card will be available from April and, while there's no local pricing just yet, it's set to cost U.S. $449.99 at launch, which translates to just under $700 Australian, so it's, uh, not gonna be cheap.

The Micron c200 1TB microSDXC UHS-II card is expected to ship at some point during Q2 2019, although a price has not yet been announced.

Micron says it's using quad-level cell (QLC) NAND in 96 layers. Both are available to pre-order now on SanDisk's website. The cards reach these record-breaking speeds by leveraging Western Digital's proprietary flash technology.