These are the best microSD cards for the Galaxy S8

The Galaxy S8 offers 64GB of internal storage which might be more than enough for some. But if your phone is close to capacity with all your music, video or pictures, you should take advantage of Galaxy S8's expandable storage and grab a quality microSD card. Samsung EVO Select 256GB SanDisk Extreme 128GB PNY U3 Pro Elite 128GB Samsung EVO 128GB SanDisk Ultra 128GB Samsung EVO Select 256GB Samsung's own 256GB EVO Select microSD card ($90) is one of your best options if you want to go all out on storage. With read speeds of up to 100MB/s and write speeds of up to 90MB/s you can quickly and easily transfer files to and from the phone. It's also U3 classified which makes it perfect for 4K video. See at Amazon With the speed and storage capacity comes a larger price tag on this card, but if you want the biggest on the market this is the way to go. Alternatively, you can get a 128GB Evo Select for just $35, a 64GB card for just $18, or a modest 32GB card for just $11.50. SanDisk Extreme 128GB SanDisk's high-performance microSDHC UHS-I Card offers transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s and with its U3 rating it is more than capable of handling 4K video. We'll highlight the 128GB card which can be yours for just $49! See at Amazon If you aren't looking to spend $50 on a microSD, you can double your phone's storage with the Sandisk Extreme 64GB for just $28. this may be the way to go at under $20 for the card. If you want a bit more storage, you can get the 64GB SanDisk Extreme for just under $32. PNY U3 Pro Elite 128GB If you're planning to do a lot of 4K video recording, you'll want a fast and reliable card in your phone. PNY's U3 Pro Elite 128GB card adds plenty of storage and the speeds you need. Classified at U3, it is great for video, and it is capable of up to 95MB/s read and 90MB/s write. At around $60, this is a relatively inexpensive option, and it is highly-rated and reliable. See at Amazon Samsung EVO 128GB microSD Samsung's EVO 128GB microSD card ($42) isn't the company's top offering (see above), but it comes with decent speeds and a price tag to match. With up to 48MB/s read and write (Class 10 or U1 classification), it can handle 1080p video without a problem. If you want a Samsung-branded card that doesn't break the bank, this is the one to go with. See at Amazon SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSD SanDisk is a respected brand when it comes to memory cards and storage products, and cards like this show you why. The SanDisk Ultra 128GB ($40) is a Class 10 card that comes with a 10-year warranty and has quick transfer speeds (up to 80MB/s), so it should check many of the boxes that you look for in a microSD card. If you want a bit more memory, you can get a 200GB card for just $63. See at Amazon Your favorite? Do you have a favorite microSD card that isn't listed here? Be sure to drop a comment below and let us know which card it is, and why you like it! Updated August 2018: Updated pricing information and shop links. These are still your best options for the Galaxy S8! Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Galaxy S8 and S8+ review! Galaxy S8 and S8+ specs Everything you need to know about the Galaxy S8’s cameras Get to know Samsung Bixby Join our Galaxy S8 forums Verizon AT&T T-Mobile Sprint Unlocked

date: Sat, 18 Aug 2018 15:00:00 +0000