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Best MicroSD Cards for the Galaxy S8



PNY Elite 128GB

PNY Elite 128GB

A perfect middle ground for many will probably be a 128GB microSD card for the Galaxy S8. Delivering nearly 200GB of space total (128GB + 64GB built-in) without breaking the bank or costing too much. 

There are dozens of 128GB cards to choose from. And while the SanDisk Ultra 128GB is pretty cheap, the PNY Elite delivers slightly better performance for just a few more dollars. It's also extremely durable and a perfect match for Samsung's water-resistant smartphone.

PNY Elite microSD cards use a 4-Proof technology. Essentially they are temperature, water, shock (drop) and magnet proof. Meaning extreme hot or cold temps, vibrations from phone drops or drones and even magnets won't ruin one. They're built to last and come with a limited lifetime warranty. 

Buy the PNY Elite 128GB for $58



  1. Walter

    04/10/2017 at 10:53 am

    Hi Cory,

    What is the UHS Bus speed of the Samsung S8? Everything you mentioned was UHS-I, but I’d like to know specifically if it’s I or II. I’ve used 3 different MicroSD cards (all UHS-I) on my S7 and found that only 1 UHS-I was actually able to handle 4K video and not be very slow holding 100+ GB of files/vids/pics. With UHS-II out I’m looking at upgrading for future tech, but will stick with my UHS-I if the Samsung S8 does not support it.

    • Cory Gunther

      08/16/2017 at 11:55 am

      From what I understand the Galaxy S8 supports UHS-II

  2. Amanda

    04/14/2017 at 12:26 pm

  3. dave

    05/10/2017 at 10:02 am

    were can i buy memory card to make my s8 up to 265 gb

  4. Michael Brown

    08/17/2017 at 4:18 am

    Thank you so much for sharing this great blog.Very inspiring and helpful too.Hope you continue to share more of your ideas.

  5. Orion Hopper

    09/02/2017 at 1:06 am

    A1 sd card means the card handles an input-output access per second of 1500 and write files at a third of that speed. We can store apps, files, photos, videos, and documents. It can quickly open apps and process accompanying tasks. Last year I brought a San Disk memory card from an online store like “Mobansp” have the huge collection on this but I think this one is helpful for us.

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