The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will be available for sale from August 19, 2016. One of the best phones to have been released this year, it encapsulates all the best features of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge with a couple of additional features of its own.
In this article, we will look ahead at all the best micro-SD cards available for Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung MicroSD EVO+ 256GB
The best option as far as storage is concerned; Samsung offers this 256GB variant for the Galaxy Note 7. With read speeds of up to 95MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s, this card will be able to handle anything and everything you throw at it.
If 256 GB is too much for you, either in terms of price or storage, then you can trust the 128 GB variant from Samsung. The Plus line almost doubles the transfer speed of regular EVOs at 80MB/s. These are solid cards that pack a performance punch.
So, if you are looking for an SD card that is super quick and super-compatible with just about everything, then this is the one. This provides you with sufficient storage space with a much lesser cost compared to the 256GB Samsung Evo.
The Galaxy S7 supports external storage up to 256GB. Again, as you know about SanDisk, speed and reliability is not an issue. They have read speeds up to 90MB/s, and if you are going to use it for expandable storage I guess you will find it very hard to fill it up. The card offers great storage at a decent price.
SanDisk is the name of the market in terms of expandable storage cards and a very good reason for that is, the speed and reliability of Sandisk’s microSD cards has been great, no doubt about that. The SanDisk Extreme, likewise is what you should be looking for great speed and reliability to the max. It is equipped with read speeds up to 90MB/s and write speeds around 48MB/s. It works really well with huge files as well as 4k video recordings. This card is very capable and the price is starting around $30.
If speed and not memory is your prime choice then this microSD is just perfect for you! You must have seen the name of the microSD card, Turbo; and you will know what it brings to the table. The PNY Turbo Performance brings speed and reliability into the fold with a monstrous 90MB/s transfer rate and a lifetime warranty. The Turbo is waterproof, shock-proof, magnet-proof, and temperature-proof. It won’t let you down on a frosty winter day and it won’t let you down if you drop it in the dog’s water dish when you are trying to install it. This is really a high performance microSD card and best for safety and speed.
Netac might not be as well known a company as Samsung or Sandisk, but it certainly backs a punch! The Netac Pro gives you a cool 128GB of storage which is good enough to complement your 64GB in the Note 7. It has got read speeds of up to 80MB/s and write speeds of up to 40MB/s. Costing around 40 bucks, you can get an awesome card for a reasonable price.
This Class 10, UHS-I microSDXC card from Kingston features a 64GB capacity and gives a read speed of 90MB/s and a write speed of 45MB/s. Included is an SD adapter which the microSDXC card slides into when using on a computer or other standard SD device. Again, Kingston is a reliable brand so there are no qualms about that. The Kingston Digital 64GB microSDXC card is currently available for around $37 with the adapter, again a decent price for what it offers.