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SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Class 10 Memory Card up to 90 Mbps with U3 Ratings £17.99 (Prime) @ Amazon
SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Class 10 Memory Card up to 90 Mbps with U3 Ratings £17.99 (Prime)  @ Amazon

SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Class 10 Memory Card up to 90 Mbps with U3 Ratings £17.99 (Prime) @ Amazon

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Engineered for Android smartphones and tablets or MIL cameras

Up to 64 GB capacity

Shoot continuous burst mode, Full HD and 4K ultra HD video

Up to 90/40 MB/s read/write speeds for faster recording and transfer

Built for and tested in harsh conditions. Temperature proof, waterproof, shock proof and x-ray proof

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what's the difference between this one and the V3 newer model?

Publix

Click here for Speed Class Standards for Video RecordingOh, and ask … Click here for Speed Class Standards for Video RecordingOh, and ask someone what Google is.



​Go then, what's Google?

£14.99 at argos for sandisk ultra

makie1

£14.99 at argos for sandisk ultra



The Ultra is not the same as the Extreme: big speed difference especially on the write cycle.

got this a few years ago for £50 on eBay, awesome card

Now at £23.95 (Prime). Newer model £21.99.

Yeah the price has gone up now.

How do SanDisk cards fare in Samsung phones nowadays?

Myself and many, many others had trouble using them in Samsung handsets like the S3 and S4. The cards often formatted themselves or became unrecognisable. My SanDisk Ultra kept on unmounting itself before eventually dying.

Edited by: "preecey" 1st Oct 2016

preecey

Yeah the price has gone up now.How do SanDisk cards fare in Samsung … Yeah the price has gone up now.How do SanDisk cards fare in Samsung phones nowadays? Myself and many, many others had trouble using them in Samsung handsets like the S3 and S4. The cards often formatted themselves or became unrecognisable. My SanDisk Ultra kept on unmounting itself before eventually dying.


I think one big issue right now is there are no Samsung cards that have the latest U3/v30 rating. Even the Evo Plus only writes at 20MB/s so not officially optimised for 4K video or adoptable storage (even though it might work). The Sandisk Extreme series can go faster than U3/V30 and seem to say they are optimised for Android which could be why the reviews are all good. BTW - I have an S7 Edge and would prefer buying a Samsung branded card but if there's nothing new availabe from them may have to give Sandisk another go.

amp82

Now at £23.95 (Prime). Newer model £21.99.



Huh?.

How does that make any sense?, hehehe.

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