Sandisk Ultra 128GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter –  100MB/s U1 A1 – SDSQUAR-128G-GN6MA

SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter SanDisk Ultra microSDXC and microSDHC cards are fast for better pictures, app performance, and Full HD video.(1) Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets, these A1-rated cards load apps faster for a better smartphone experience. SanDisk products are constructed to the highest standards and rigorously tested. You can be confident in the outstanding quality, performance and reliability of every SanDisk product.

Product Features

  • Ideal for Android-based smartphones and tablets
  • Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s**
  • Rated A1 for faster app performance3 and UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback1
  • Shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof2

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3 Responses to Sandisk Ultra 128GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter –  100MB/s U1 A1 – SDSQUAR-128G-GN6MA

  1. Vision Filmz says:

    I ordered a ”128gb SDXC Sandisk ultra UHS-I” on Amazon Prime, I bought it for my ”Nintendo switch”.

  2. The_Chief says:

    GREAT CARD – I doubt I’ll ever run out of storage! I love it! Works great in my Galaxy Note 8! Fast enough that I can throw pretty much anything at it. If you’re wondering, modern Android versions (starting with Lollipop, as I recall) have the ability to read up to 1 TB of external storage. While this 400GB card is the maximum capacity you can currently buy*, the leading manufacturers are feverishly working to make larger capacity cards. For now, though, I think 400GB is enough to handle all the 4K video I can shoot.*- Don’t be…

  3. scott says:

    Worked great in my Nintendo Switch (plus info on data management) Worked great in my Nintendo Switch. At the time of my purchase (which was fairly close to the time of this review), I felt the 64 gig was the best value for the money. But because the prices will likely continue to go down over time and because of the reasons that follow, I probably wouldn’t get a micro sdxc card until you’re running low on the Switch’s internal storage space.Here are the things to consider…1. Game saves will always go on the Switch’s internal hard…

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