Deal: Samsung's 128 GB Evo microSD card drops to lowest-ever price

If your mobile device could use a bit quite a lot of additional storage, you may be interested in a rather enticing deal on the 128 GB Samsung Evo Class 10 Micro SDXC. It offers a sizeable chunk of real estate for the money, particularly from a reputable brand like Sammy, and also comes with adapter for your laptop, dSLR or other device packing a full-size SD slot.

In this fast-moving Digital Age, most new products quickly become old and drop considerably in price. However, the cost of microSD cards seem to fall more sharply than most; not that we're complaining. The market is pretty rife with fakes, but if you keep your wits about you, they are relatively easy to spot. With speeds, capacities and reliability improving as swiftly as the prices are falling, it's certainly a great time to be a digital hoarder gadget lover. 

If you'd like to pick up the Samsung Evo for its lowest-ever price, you can do so by hitting the source link below. As ever, do check that your designated device is compatible before you purchase, as some cheaper / older smartphones and tablets only support lower-spec microSD cards of smaller capacities. 



1. darkkjedii

Posts: 31603; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

256 gig evo plus, and a 128 gig pro plus. 320 gig Note 7, I'm good.

9. dimas

Posts: 3419; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

Then you'll have to get the china released note 7 to be that smooth. If galaxy s8 will have a 256gb model next year that will be awesome for us.

13. darkkjedii

Posts: 31603; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

I'm looking forward to the Note 8 bro. Due to the issues with the Note 7, the 8 will be that much better. Samsung won't take this lying down.

2. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

Just bought an Sandisk Extreme Plus 128gb for 50 pounds last week. Kind of feeling some remorse but I guess the speed advantage will console me for a bit.

8. dimas

Posts: 3419; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

You don't have to regret it. Extreme cards are very durable and good for many read-writes like video recording and if you do lots of vlogs on the go.

12. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

I bought the 128GB EVO plus to plug into my Tab S running Marshmallow. The OS warn me about its write speed. So I have to buy another 128GB Extreme and everything is sweet.

3. bubbadoes

Posts: 1225; Member since: May 03, 2012

samsung branding does not hold its value!

4. iC-118

Posts: 260; Member since: Sep 29, 2016

Technology doesn't hold its value....

6. SupermanayrB

Posts: 1188; Member since: Mar 20, 2012

So get an Apple, HTC, Motorola, LG, Huawei.......SD card. Oh wait.

7. jack11141

Posts: 73; Member since: Sep 30, 2015

So which do hold? Why Samsung haters comes at every post related to Samsung. If you don't like Samsung you are free to spend money elsewhere even then it is very likely that you are buying a Samsung's component.

15. gersont1000

Posts: 473; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

First of all, who cares?!, it's not like you're going to resell your memory card. Second, as an apparent Samsung hater, I'm sure whatever phone you are using has several Samsung parts. Third, yes it's true that Android phones don't hold their value like iPhones. But that is expected, not because the phones are better, but because iPhones are very iterative and hardly different from one to the other. There is also no competition from other brands using iOS, making it a monopoly. And of course, the sheep that worship the company are mostly mindless people who rush out to spend their $800 every year for just about nothing different.The cheaper sheep have no problem spending a couple hundred less on a 1 or 2 year old model (or even 3) since it's just the same thing anyway, just with a different model number and one or two gimmicks less.

5. TheYellowFlash

Posts: 45; Member since: Oct 08, 2015

Somebody wants to listen to music, view photos & watch a movie all day all the same time LOL

10. dimas

Posts: 3419; Member since: Jul 22, 2014

I just want to bring all my works and graphic templates in one device without the need for another external hard drive.

11. iushnt

Posts: 3154; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

You have any problem with that?

14. swephone

Posts: 26; Member since: Sep 30, 2016

read/write problems always happen with sd cards sooner or later

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