MicroSD cards optimised for video recording in Full HD and 4K have been revealed by Samsung. “Pro Endurance” cameras are meant to satisfy the “rigors demands of security cameras, dashboard cameras, doorbell camera,” body cameras, and more.
The card may record continuously for 16 years, according to the official announcement, providing the host device offloads the video quickly enough.
As long as 33 “usual speed-focused cards,” which include the Evo Plus series, the Samsung Pro Endurance is developed with in-house NAND flash memory. Depending on the storage capacity, read speeds can reach 100 MB/s and write rates can reach 40 MB/s.
U3 (UHS-I Class 3) and V30 (Video Speed Class 30) Class 10 cards are only available for certain models.
The card is available in four capacities: 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB (microSDHC, microSDXC). Each capacity has a varied endurance, but all four are in the thousands of hours.
Additional safety measures were added to the Pro Endurance by Samsung – they’re termed six-proof; they safeguard the card against wearout and drops (up to 5 meters).
The cards may already be found in stores throughout the globe. Starting at $10.99 for the 32GB model, this phone may cost as much as $54.99 for the 256GB model.