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Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet PC with Samsung's EVO 32 GB microSD Memory Card.

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Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet PC with Samsung's EVO 64 GB microSD Memory Card. This high-performance memory card features read speeds of up to 48 MB/s for transferring music, photos, and videos and is UHS-1 enabled to capture Full HD video. Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof, this reliable memory card ensures your files remain safe during life's little mishaps. An included SD adapter lets you use the card with your digital camera, laptop, or desktop computer.

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  • Great for Cell phones, Smartphones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs.
  • Great speed and performance for full HD video recording, high resolution pictures, mobile gaming, music and more.
  • Compatible with devices with SDxC slots.
  • High-performance memory card for smartphones and tablets
  • Read speeds up to 48 MB/s for quick file transfer from card to computer
  • Write speeds twice as fast as conventional microSD cards
  • 64 GB storage capacity holds thousands of photos or MP3s
  • Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof
  • Includes adapter for use with SD-enabled devices
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Designed for the Latest Smartphones and Tablets

This high-speed memory card is ideal for your smartphone or tablet. Its fast read speeds keep up with the demands of mobile apps and save you time when downloading or moving memory-intensive files like Full HD video or high-res photo libraries.

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Shoot Seamless Full HD Video

Capture special moments as vividly as you experience them. This memory card is Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 1 rated, which means it records smooth Full HD video.

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Fast Read and Write Speeds for Better Performance

Fast read speeds of up to 48 MB/s make transferring photos, videos, music, and other media files to your smartphone or tablet extremely quick. The memory card's write speeds let you capture shots twice as fast as conventional microSD cards, making the card ideal for fast-action photography. When shooting in continuous burst mode, you can capture up to 360 photos (8 MB) per minute.

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Huge Storage Capacity for Thousands of Photos and MP3s

The card's generous 64 GB capacity holds more than 37,000 photos (8-megapixel), 1,110 minutes of HD video, or almost 15,000 songs. This means you can download and store more media files and apps on your smartphone or tablet.

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Built to Withstand Extreme Conditions

This waterproof and temperature-proof card can withstand up to 24 hours in seawater and in temperatures ranging from -13 to 185 degrees F. It also protects your data from damage caused by airport X-ray machines and resists up to 13 times the magnetic force of home theater speakers.

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Includes SD Adapter for Use with PCs and Digital Cameras

The Samsung EVO 64 GB microSD Memory Card includes an adapter so you can use your card with SD-enabled devices such as digital cameras, laptops, and printers. This lets you easily transfer photos, music, and video content from your mobile device to your computer or any other device with an SD slot.

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What's in the Box

  • Samsung EVO 64 GB microSD Card
  • SD adapter
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Capacity Options

  • 16 GB
  • 32 GB
  • 64 GB
  • 12 8GB
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • When put it into my Samsung its only showing me 58.5GB space, is that standard?

    Everyone but storage vendors use the value of 1024 to determine next step up in storage sizes. So 1024 bytes (B) = 1 kilobyte (KB). 1024 KB = 1 megabyte (MB). 1024 MB = 1 gigabyte (GB). And so on. Storage vendors have "cheated" and used the value of 1000 in determining the next size up. So to them 1000 MB = 1GB when that really isn't true. This has been a long accepted and awful practice, to the point where it is almost impossible to get them to change. So if we deconstruct 64GB using storage vendor math then it = 64,000MB = 64,000,000KB = 64,000,000,000B. Now when we try to figure out what our real space is, we take 64,000,000,000B / 1024 = 62,500,000KB / 1024 = 61,035MB / 1024 = 59.6GB raw space. You actually have ~1GB less than that of "useable" space because of the file system being placed on it and the additional overhead/space that file system needs. I hope that helps explain why whenever you stick in a storage devices you will always have less than the advertised free space.

  • Perfect for a GoPro right?

    Yes, very fast write speeds for HD video recording.

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