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Integral 128GB Micro SDXC Card For Smartphone and Tablet UHS-I U1 - 80MB/s £21.99 @ mymemory
Integral 128GB Micro SDXC Card For Smartphone and Tablet UHS-I U1 - 80MB/s £21.99 @ mymemory

Integral 128GB Micro SDXC Card For Smartphone and Tablet UHS-I U1 - 80MB/s £21.99 @ mymemory

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Integrals Smartphone and Tablet microSDHC and microSDXC Class 10 memory cards are high-speed and ideal for use in compatible Android and Windows smartphones and tablet PCs, digital cameras and camcorders.

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Anyone know if the speed enough to directly record a 4k video on it ? Thanks.
Edited by: "pranky" 20th Aug 2016

Where do Integral come in the order of good SD cards. Are Samsung the best?

markslavin

Where do Integral come in the order of good SD cards. Are Samsung the … Where do Integral come in the order of good SD cards. Are Samsung the best?


Most reliable, dunno about best. SanDisk one of (if not THE) worst

PhilK

Most reliable, dunno about best. SanDisk one of (if not THE) worst


How are SanDisk the worst?

yer sandisk are easily the best, including customer service

but this is mega cheap for 128gigs...might be worth a punt purely on price

dazzer1975

yer sandisk are easily the best, including customer servicebut this is … yer sandisk are easily the best, including customer servicebut this is mega cheap for 128gigs...might be worth a punt purely on price


SanDisk best ? Good customer service ? Really ? Going by personal experience, I'd say the complete opposite is true

I've only ever had good luck with SanDisk cards after having two Kingston cards fail in a row and a Samsung microSD snap in half when the salesperson tried to fit it in my phone. No experience with Integral though but the price seems right. Heat added.

There's a Toshiba card for £24.99 rated at 90mb on the same site.

sandisk in my note 2 at the moment. has been there for years and all fine.

Most of my old phones, which are still working well, say, in the specs: "accepts micro SD card (32Gb maximum)".
Has anyone tried out any 3-4 year-old-phones with a monster card like this?

offramp

Most of my old phones, which are still working well, say, in the specs: … Most of my old phones, which are still working well, say, in the specs: "accepts micro SD card (32Gb maximum)".Has anyone tried out any 3-4 year-old-phones with a monster card like this?



Yes, I used a 128GB card in my Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Had to reformat it FAT32 before the Note 3 would recongnise it.

I've never had a single problem with a memory card - from a multitude brands. Perhaps you should question your treatment of the card before writing how bad they are online.

Don't bother, had 2x of these a while back and they were garbage, read/write was about 1/2 the speed of samsung/sandisk cards.

I've had one of these in my Xperia z5 for the past 7 months and it's been absolutely fine. I payed £25 and thought it was a bargain at that, so for me this is a no-brainer. Heat added!

Hot from me.

excellent deal
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