SanDisk SDSDQUA-064G-U46A Ultra 64 GB microSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Memory Card 30MB/s with Adapter

November 9, 2013 - Comment

Perfect for today’s high-performance Android smartphone and tablet users who want to get the most out of memory-intensive activities like 3-D gaming and apps, the SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC UHS-I card drives transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s for faster app response times. For shooting Full HD video and high-megapixel pictures, it delivers two times

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Perfect for today’s high-performance Android smartphone and tablet users who want to get the most out of memory-intensive activities like 3-D gaming and apps, the SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC UHS-I card drives transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s for faster app response times. For shooting Full HD video and high-megapixel pictures, it delivers two times the speed of typical microSD memory cards and a class 10 rating for the highest video recording performance available. In addition, the included SanDisk Memory Zone app lets you easily view, access, and backup all of your digital files from your phone’s memory, additional memory card and cloud services all in one convenient place.

Product Features

  • Reformat into file system other than exFAT may cause instability
  • Only compatible with SDXC enabled device in exFAT format per SD Standard
  • Highest Full HD video recording performance available with class 10 rating
  • Ideal for Android, other smartphones and tablets
  • UHS-1 enabled
  • Faster app performance with transfer speeds up to 30MB/s
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof

 

Comments

Hyoun Kim "Faluzure" says:

Great w/ Galaxy S4 – No Complaints Here I haven’t had to buy a microSD card in a long time. The last time I bought one was for my cell phone over 2 years ago. But since my cellular contract was up, I knew I would have to get a newer card in addition to my new phone, the Samsung Galaxy S4. Reason for this is because I knew my small 16GB microSD card wasn’t going to cut it.Doing research on the Galaxy S4, I wanted to get the best card possible that had decent capacity (32 GB or greater). This led me to find that the Galaxy S4 supports the microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I card, which is the fastest possible given that class. Searching for that specifically on Amazon gave me results of only 3 vendors (as of April) that makes these microSDXC Class 10 UHS-1 cards. They are Sandisk (the majority), Samsung and Lexar. Nobody else makes these that are sold on Amazon.Seeing how SanDisk is a pretty good name out of the 3 (I’ve used them the most), I decided upon the SanDisk because Lexar was overpriced and the Samsung…

NLee the Engineer says:

Top of the class among all (budget-priced) micro-SDHC cards I have tested / Works great in Galaxy S3 [Update on Feb 4, 2013]1. Amazon combined the Sandisk Ultra 32GB and 64GB cards on the same product page. Please beware that your intended appliance must be compatible with ‘SDXC’ in order to used the 64GB version. My original review below refers to the 32GB ‘SDHC’ version.2. There are two part numbers for the same card. If you start from the Amazon product page and select ‘Retail Packaging’, you’ll see the part number of SDSDQUA-032G-U46A. But if you click on ‘Frustration Free Package’, the part number changes to SDSDQU-032G-AFFP-A.[Update on Oct 5, 2013]The Sandisk microSDHC card works great in my new Samsung Galaxy S3, without the need for reformat (the default format is FAT32)=======================Original Review follows=======================I have tested dozens of SDHC and micro-SDHC cards. One disturbing trend I noticed is that: the speed class rating for micro-SDHC is typically inflated. For example, a…

SkincareCEO says:

1 Star reviews – Micro SDXC card unmounts itself in Galaxy S4 – Solution found – RMA card – Faulty card – instructions in review To all those who purchased this card due to all the great reviews…. and then used it in a Galaxy S4 (GS4) smartphone for storage, the solution to the problem is not one you can solve without returning the card to SanDisk for a replacement under warranty. Believe me I tried everything that the Google searches returned as solutions… formatting as exFAT, formatting in the GS4 then copying data to the card while in the phone etc…. nothing worked… and so now please stop pulling out your hair and hopefully you will get the same result which I hope to get soon (just RMA’d and will send it back tomorrow for a free replacement under warranty).The problem (As confirmed from the SanDisk customer support rep when I asked specifically asked him):- When used in the GS4, this card will unmount itself inadvertently (may be true only for cards manufactured before the ROM patch described below was implemented in manufacturing). This can cause the data to become corrupt…

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