Best microSD Cards for Galaxy Note 10 Plus Android Central 2020

The Galaxy Note 10+ is here and it is an absolute powerhouse. While the Note 10+ comes with at least 256GB of storage, you can still run out if you're prone to recording lots and lots of 4k video, or if you download every Google Play Movies film you own for playing on flights and trips. We have rounded up the best microSD cards that you can get for your Note 10+.

All-around excellence: Samsung Evo Select 256GB MicroSDXC Card

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If you want to turn things up a notch, the 256GB Samsung EVO Select microSD card is a great pick. With super-speedy U3-rated card, you can double the storage of your 256GB Note 10+, while being able to keep all of your pictures, videos, and other media on the card.

$37 at Amazon

Run of the mill: Sandisk Ultra 128GB MicroSDXC Card

SanDisk is one of the most popular names in memory cards because its cards perform well year after year. The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card isn't made for 4K video recording, but for storing music and offline movies, it's more than enough, and it's easily affordable.

$19 at Amazon

Made for 4K video: Lexar Professional 1000x

This is a fast card that's perfect for shooting lots of 4K videos and storing lots of game data. Thanks to that V60 speed classification, we know that the write speeds on this card have to be at least 60MB/s, which makes it great for fast-paced apps and activities.

$58 at Amazon

Great size and price: Samsung Evo Select 128GB microSD Card

The Samsung EVO Select microSDXC features read speeds up to 100MB/s and write speeds up to 90MB/s. This U3 card is perfect for 4K video recording and is made to withstand high temperatures and harsh conditions without corrupting and losing your data.

$19 at Amazon

Rugged and reliable: Kingston Canvas React 256GB MicroSD Card

If you need a microSD card that is rugged and keeps up with your daily pace, then the Kingston Canvas React is for you. This card not only doubles your storage amount, but is also waterproof, temperature proof, vibration proof, and is optimized for running apps.

$55 at Amazon

Great value: SanDisk Ultra 256GB MicroSDXC Card

The SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSD card is a fantastic option for the Galaxy Note 10+. The card sports transfer speeds up to 100MB/s and is well-priced for the amount of storage you get. It's not the fastest card on the market, but you get lots of value here.

$36 at Amazon

Best for apps: PNY Pro Elite 512GB MicroSDXC Card

The PNY Pro Elite card is a great option with the versatility to be used in your smartphone, as its A2 rating indicates high speeds for the operations associated with storing and running an application from the microSD card. This card can double or triple the storage of your Note 10+.

$90 at Amazon

Samsung's biggest: Samsung Evo Select 512GB microSD Card

With the EVO Select lineup, Samsung knocks it out of the park as these microSD cards are perfect for recording 4K UHD video. On the transfer speeds front, the EVO Select offers 100MB/s read speeds and 90MB/s write speeds, allowing you to shoot high-quality content.

$90 at Amazon

All the storage: SanDisk Extreme 1TB Memory Card

This is the biggest microSD card capacity you can buy today. The SanDisk Extreme memory card offers up to 160MB/s read speeds, along with 90MB/s write speeds capable of recording and viewing 4K UHD or Full HD videos, and it comes with a lifetime warranty.

$257 at Amazon

Pick what works for your needs

There are a lot of different microSD cards that will work with the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. If we had to pick one, it would be the Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSD card because it doubles your storage, comes from Samsung, and won't break the bank. After all, 256GB internal storage + 256GB microSD card = 512GBGB of storage for hundreds of movies, songs, books, or app data, which should be enough for the vast majority of Galaxy users.

If you really want to go overboard and store your entire digital life, though, there's always the 1TB SanDisk Extreme microSD card. This is the first microSD card of its size, and you will certainly pay for that privilege. However, if you want to store all the things on your Note 10+, this is the card for you.

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