The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ support microSD cards so you can increase the storage on your phone. While 64GB of storage built-in is usually enough for most, others will want extra space for music, movies, video or photos. With that in mind, these are some of the best microSD cards for the Galaxy S8.
Our buyers guide will go over everything you need to know about microSD cards. Some cost under $20 and will give you a little extra space, while others cost a lot more but deliver improved performance and tons of storage options.
Many Galaxy S6 or S7 owners were frustrated when they ran out of space, but that isn’t a problem for the Galaxy S8. The phone has twice as much storage built-in, and by using one of our recommendations below you can add over 300GB of total space. That’s more than enough for most.
Add as many movies, apps or games as you’d like to your phone. Then fill it with photos from the 12MP camera. And if you want to record 4K video, a microSD card is probably a good idea.
Another reason you might want to get a microSD card is for improved performance. Some of the options in our slideshow below have extremely fast speeds. This helps apps run smooth, games open quicker, and HD video recording more seamless. Those are on top of the obvious storage increase benefit.
With tons of different sizes, speeds, brands and more there’s a lot to consider. An SD card is one of the best accessories one can buy, but make sure you don’t pay too much. Most retail stores like Verizon, AT&T or even Best Buy are extremely overpriced, so don’t buy one there. Instead get a cheaper microSD from our roundup below. Keep in mind that Best Buy will often price-match retailers, for those that can’t wait for online orders.
Using the SIM slot removal tool that comes in the box owners can remove the SIM tray, put a microSD card next to it and slide it back in. Instantly adding another 64GB, 128GB or even 256GB of storage in seconds.
Our recommendation for most owners would be a 64GB card, as it’s a nice middle ground. Most are plenty fast but if you want the best performance you’ll be paying a little extra. Whether you’re a power user that needs 300GB or just want extra room, take a peek at our favorite Galaxy S8 microSD cards below.
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