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August 29, 2018

The best microSD cards for your Galaxy Note 9

by John_A

The Note 9 is one of the few phones with expandable storage — take advantage of it!

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The Galaxy Note 9 comes with a hefty amount of storage with the base model at 128GB, but if you want to get more with the 512GB variant, you need to cough up another $250. Granted that version also comes with an extra 2GB of RAM, but that’s still a lot more money on top of an already expensive phone.

Thankfully, you don’t have to splurge for the 512GB Note 9 just to get more storage space. Instead, you can pick up a microSD card for a lot less money and still give yourself some more wiggle room.

Need some help deciding which one deserves your dollars? Here are our picks for the best microSD cards for the Galaxy Note 9!

  • Silicon Power 32GB High Speed microSD Card
  • SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Card
  • Samsung 128GB EVO Select
  • Samsung 256GB EVO Plus Class 10
  • SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSDXC

Silicon Power 32GB High Speed microSD Card

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Just need a little extra space? The Silicon Power 32GB microSD card allows you to add a bit more storage to your Note 9 for just a few bucks ($8.99, to be exact).

This card meets UHS-1 Class 10 standards to ensure fast performance, read speeds reach up to 85MB/s, and the included adapter allows you to also use this in a stnadard SD card slot.

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SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Card

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For a few more dollars, you can step up to the SanDisk Ultra 64GB card. Along with the added space, read speeds are also a bit faster at 100MB/s.

SanDisk also includes a regular SD adapter, and just to be safe, you’ve got ratings for waterproofing, shockproofing, and temperature-proofing. For just under $18, you can’t go wrong with this one.

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Samsung 128GB EVO Select

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Want to double your Note 9’s storage without breaking the bank? For about $35, you can get Samsung’s 128GB EVO Select microSD card and bring you total available storage up to an impressive 256GB.

Read and write speeds are rated at 100MB/s and 90MB/s, respectively, and the card’s rated to perform in temperatures ranging from -13°F to 185°F.

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Samsung 256GB EVO Plus Class 10

If you’ve got a bit more cash to burn through, you can step your game up to the $79 Samsung EVO Plus Class 10 microSD card with a whopping 256GB of space.

On top of all that storage, you also get an SD adapter, waterproofing, temperature protection, and ultra-fast read/write speeds.

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SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSDXC Card

Last but certainly not least, you can go all the way for $160 to pick up SanDisk’s 400GB microSD card — bringing your 128GB Note 9 up to a mostrous 528GB of available space!

There’s a 100MB/s max read speed, 10MB/s minimum write speed, waterproofing, protection against intense temperatures, and more.

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What do you think?

Which of the above cards are you getting for your Galaxy Note 9? Is there another great option that we missed? Let us know in the comments below!

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