One of several emerging trends in the smartphone industry over the past couple of years is the dual-lens rear camera. This nifty new take on the conventional smartphone shooter facilitates a number of different features and effects, such as optical zoom and the bokeh effect that Apple popularized with the iPhone 7 Plus. These nifty new cameras snap photos that often take up more space on your phone’s memory, however. For example, the iPhone 7 Plus is set by default to capture two separate photos each time an image is shot using Portrait Mode. Photos snapped on smartphones have gotten larger in general thanks to ever-growing sensor resolution, and 4K video recording is also widely supported now.
All of these monstrous files eat up the available space on your smartphone in no time, which is one of the reason the microSD business is booming. But if you find yourself filling up memory cards as soon as you buy them, we’ve got some good news: SanDisk has a new microSD card available today, and it’s the highest-capacity microSD card that has ever been released.
Trending right now:
- Welp, it looks like the iPhone 8 interface is going to be ugly
- Verizon is boldly going where no carrier has before: Speedy Android updates
- Scientists finally solve centuries-long mystery of star that disappeared 14 days after its discovery