Let's not beat around the bush. You know what a MicroSD card is, you know which devices can use it and which ones can't, you know some new flagships support it but don't have adoptable storage, et cetera. What you came here to see is what this card is all about and the link to get it before stock runs out as fast as Scooby-Doo from a haunted house.
SanDisk makes great MicroSD cards. This model in particular has 200GB of storage which is the most you can get from the company now. It's more than six times the size of a modern flagship's 32GB internal memory. Read More
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge feature the triumphant return of expandable storage to Samsung's flagship phone line (without Android 6.0's adoptable storage function, unfortunately). So while you're waiting for your new phone to ship, you need to track down a high-capacity MicroSD card to stick inside it. If you head over to Amazon, you can find a positively massive 200GB SanDisk Ultra card for just $79.99. That matches the lowest price we've seen on this particular card, and it qualifies for free shipping even if you don't subscribe to Amazon Prime.
Other capacities of the same card are also on sale: the 128GB version is $50, the 64GB version is just $23, and a 32GB card can be yours for $12.54. Read More
Samsung and LG have announced new flagship phones at this year's Mobile World Congress, and this time around you can plug a microSD card into either one. That makes now a pretty decent time for SanDisk to announce a new microSD UHS-II card with transfer speeds of up to 275MB/s (also, a dedicated USB Type C flash drive). Read More
SanDisk built its name producing flash drives, and now the company is releasing its first dedicated USB Type C option.
This USB 3.1 stick comes in storage sizes up to 128GB and offers read speeds of 150MB/s. Read More
SanDisk has a number of products geared toward mobile devices, and two of the most popular are getting an update today with new top-tier storage options. The Wireless Stick now comes in a 200GB version and the Dual USB Drive has a 128GB variant. Both are already listed on Amazon too. Read More
If you need an absolutely massive amount of storage for your Android phone or tablet, you might want to mosey on over to Amazon before the day is out. The retailer is offering SanDisk's Ultra MicroSDXC card in its highest capacity, 200 glorious gigabytes, for just $79.99. That's an amazing $170 off of the suggested retail price. According to the product listing, that price is available for only the rest of the day (Saturday, December 26th) and it ends at approximately 2AM Pacific time.
This is the cheapest we've seen this top-of-the-line MicroSD card yet - before today, the lowest price was $100, also at Amazon. Read More
Lexar currently has their top tier 128GB MicroSD card on sale for just $59.99 on Amazon. We've seen cheaper deals on 128GB MicroSD cards here at Android Police, but we have never seen a MicroSD card as speedy as this one sell for such a low price.
That speed is what sets this Lexar card apart. Using the included USB 3.0 reader, these cards can transfer files at a blistering 95MB/s, which is twice the transfer speed of the 128GB cards on sale last month. The card is also very highly reviewed, sporting a 4.6 star rating with 1,600 reviews. Read More
Looking for some big deals on big expandable storage? For those in the US, Amazon has some of the lowest prices we've ever seen on Samsung branded MicroSD cards, and no one has to stand outside in the cold to get them. At the time of writing the 128GB EVO MicroSDXC card is just $44.99, a stunning price for a capacity that would have cost $200 or more a few years ago. Read More
The price on SanDisk's largest microSD card just keeps dropping like a rock. I mean, like... a rock with another heavier rock tied to it or something. After hitting $135 about a week ago, the 200GB microSD card is now $99.99 on Amazon. That's a lot of storage. Read More
If your modern phone or tablet doesn't have a MicroSD card slot like many Android flagships and mid-tier devices released in the last couple of years, you have a few limited options to transfer data between it and other devices or computers. There's Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and finally there's USB OTG. That should be the fastest and if you have a flash drive with both a USB and a MicroUSB connector, you're set. If you don't, you can pick one of the best ones for cheap on Amazon today.
SanDisk's Ultra USB 3.0 flash drives with a MicroUSB connector are on sale now. Read More