Deal: Score a 128GB Samsung Evo Plus microSD card for $38.99 (62% off)

Deal: Score a 128GB Samsung Evo Plus microSD card for $38.99 (62% off)
Although we live in a world with a larger focus on streaming our media as opposed to locally storing it on our devices, there's something to be said about the flexibility and freedom that phones and tablets with expandable storage have to offer. Ample amounts of built-in storage certainly are nice, but the ability to swap microSD cards in and out of your phone or tablet to have full control over your media is still the best way to go.

If you own a device with microSD card support and are looking to get your hands on some addition storage, Amazon is currently offering a deal on one of the best options out there for expandable space. The microSD card in question is part of Samsung's Evo Plus line of memory cards, and it comes equipped with 128GB of additional space. The card is of the UHS-1 Class 10, meaning that it has some of the fastest read and write speeds that you're going to find. In addition to its rock-solid performance, the Samsung Evo Plus also features resistance against extreme temperatures, water, shock, and even X-rays.

The card normally sells for $102.99, but you can pick it up on Amazon right now for just $38.99. That creates for a total savings of 62-percent, resulting in an incredibly low price to pay for one of the best microSD cards that money can buy. Such a steep price discount means that stock is likely to run out fast, so you'll want to act sooner rather than later if you want to score one of these for yourself.

PhoneArena is on Instagram. Follow us to stay updated with fresh news and flashy media from the world of mobile!

source: Amazon via SamMobile


Latest Stories

This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. You can order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers at or use the Reprints & Permissions tool that appears at the bottom of each web page. Visit for samples and additional information.
FCC OKs Cingular's purchase of AT&T Wireless