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Samsung Expands its Memory Card Line

Samsung is a very well known brand in the world of consumer electronics. Now, with its Galaxy series of smart phones and tablets, the company has become the world leader in smart phones. The American division of the South Korean company, Samsung Electronics America Inc., has announced that has updated its line of memory cards, advanced SD and microSD cards, to give better performance and read/write speeds for users. The company has released the new Pro series of memory cards which offer capacities up to 64 GB and speeds up to 80 MB per second.

These memory cards are ideal for photographers who want to store high definition images on the memory cards which are huge with respect to file size, thereby requiring more time to write to and read from a memory card. Also, for media consumption people who have huge amounts of media on their mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, the high speed of data access can help them render videos without any kind of lagging. Tech Power Up writes:

The new Pro Series cards expand Samsung’s line-up of memory card products, joining new High Speed Series and Plus Extreme Speed Series – both of which include cards with capacities up to 32 GB. Also at the PhotoPlus Expo, Samsung will exhibit its full line of Digital Imaging products, including new NX lenses joining the growing NX family of compact system cameras and SMART compact point-and-shoot models with built-in Wi-Fi.

Reid Sullivan, Senior Vice President of Mobile Entertainment, Samsung Electronics America said, “Samsung’s memory cards offer reliability for the content that matters most to you – whether it’s keeping stunning images and video shot with a digital camera or camcorder, or saving movies and music to a smartphone or tablet device. With the introduction of even larger capacities and faster speeds, Samsung is delivering high-quality products that complement the mobile and entertainment-rich lifestyles of our customers.”

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Source: Tech Power Up

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