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You can add 1TB to your Android phone right now for $200 off

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It’s easy to fill up your phone’s memory with video, photos or other files, but what happens when you run out of space? The simplest way to get more room on your handset is with an SD Card. And SanDisk’s 1TB Extreme SD card, which is currently $200 off on Amazon (opens in new tab), may be just what you need.

This won’t work with every phone - you need to have a relevant micro SD card slot first of all, and not all phones support a card of this size, but if it does, or you own a different compatible device, this is a deal you should pay attention to.

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SanDisk 1TB Extreme MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card: was $449, now $249 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This enormous extension for your memory will work with most Android phones, and other kinds of devices that can benefit from plenty of space for photos and video.

This 1TB capacity card was only launched in May of this year, and is one of the largest micro SD cards you can buy. It comes with an adapter that will help you fit it into different sized card slots. If you’re willing to pay another $13, you can buy Sandisk’s USB card reader (opens in new tab) that will let you use the card with a wider variety of devices.

Transferring files between the card and another device should be super fast too, thanks to SanDisk’s 160 MB/s read speed and 90MB/s write speed. The card is also strong enough to survive a trip in a drone or Go Pro action camera without getting damaged by heat, shock or water.

There’s also SanDisk’s Memory Zone app available on the Google Play store, which allows you to easily manage the contents of the card and move files between the different storage areas in your device.

Richard Priday
Staff Writer

Richard is a Tom's Guide staff writer based in London, covering news, reviews and how-tos for phones, tablets, gaming, and whatever else people need advice on. Following on from his MA in Magazine Journalism at the University of Sheffield, he's also written for WIRED U.K., The Register and Creative Bloq. When not at work, he's likely thinking about how to brew the perfect cup of specialty coffee.