The Absolute Best.
• SanDisk Ultra 400GB Micro SDXC. ($184.99)
I would be wrong if I didn’t mention the Micro SD card with the largest storage together with the fastest transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s.
It’s undoubtedly expensive but if you’re okay with that and you want the best, then this is the best option.
The “I don’t want to break my bank but at the same time I want the best”.
• SanDisk Ultra 256GB Micro SDXC. ($109.99)
• Samsung 256GB Micro SDXC EVO Select. ($99.99)
• SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SDXC. ($69.99)
All three of these have the same speeds as The Absolute Best with transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s but they’re a whole lot cheaper since they accommodate less storage.
What’s the deal with the different SanDisk and Samsung?
Nothing really! They’re just different companies working on the same thing.
Personally, I do recommend Samsung’s MicroSD card for your Samsung Galaxy S9 because Samsung usually tests using only their own SD cards with their devices and you’re more likely going to get better optimisation and speeds. Though you can’t go wrong with either.
The “I am broke but I want something which works great”.
• Samsung 128GB Micro SDXC EVO Select. ($39.99)
• SanDisk Ultra 128GB Micro SDXC. ($37.99)
• Samsung 64GB Micro SDXC EVO Select. ($22.99)
• SanDisk Ultra 64GB Micro SDXC. ($19.99)
For under 50 bucks, the max you can get out is around 128GB worth of storage together with speeds of up to 100MB/s which is the fastest in the market.
All four of these are really great options if you’re looking to not really spend much but also what’s most important is that they get the job done.
Share this guide with your friends or your family and help them make the best decision when they’re deciding on which micro SD card to buy for their new Galaxy S9.
It will really mean a lot to them. 🙂