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Samsung 128GB EVO Plus Class 10 Micro SDXC with Adapter (MB-MC128GA/AM) - 81.79

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[Amazon.ca] Samsung 128GB EVO Plus Class 10 Micro SDXC with Adapter (MB-MC128GA/AM) - 81.79

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B06Y3J9B29/ref ... 70_TE_item

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Samsung 128GB EVO Plus Class 10 Micro SDXC with Adapter (MB-MC128GA/AM)


Key Specs
Maximum Read Speed100 megabytes per second
Memory Card Format microSDXC
Maximum Write Speed 90 megabytes per second
Warranty
Parts10 Years (1 Year for SD adapter)
Labor10 Years (1 Year for SD adapter)
Storage
Integrated Write-Protect SwitchNo
Compatibility
Adapter IncludedYes
Speed
SD Bus ModeUHS-I
UHS Speed ClassU3
SD Speed ClassClass 10
General
Series Part of a group of the same product type with similar features.EVO Plus
Color CategoryRed
Model NumberMB-MC128GA/AM

Kinda weird that there are no Canadian companies selling for near US pricing for this high speed card. U3
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Skip. Not sold by Amazon and the Costco SanDisk is so much cheaper if you can deal with the slower speeds. I doubt most people would even notice
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Not sold by Amazon is automatic skip for me.

The Samsung cards can be pretty decent if you need decent speed at a reasonable price (certainly cheaper than Sandisk). I bought a Samsung Pro card SDXC card and it compares well to my Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-1 U3 card but was half the price.
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warpdrive wrote: Not sold by Amazon is automatic skip for me.
Why is that a skip? Just curious. Thanks
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psommerfeld wrote: Why is that a skip? Just curious. Thanks
Because fake SD cards are often sold online from less than reputable sources, and you dont notice it's fake until it's too late. With amazon, you dont incur the risk of fake memory.
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psommerfeld wrote: Why is that a skip? Just curious. Thanks
Because fake SD cards are often sold online from less than reputable sources, and you dont notice it's fake until it's too late. With amazon, you dont incur the risk of fake memory.
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I have bought 2 of these from bestbuy and both of them failed. Samsung refused to replace them under warranty saying I must go back to the store for replacement. Do not buy this card for whatever price.
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carniver wrote: I have bought 2 of these from bestbuy and both of them failed. Samsung refused to replace them under warranty saying I must go back to the store for replacement. Do not buy this card for whatever price.
Samsung service is the worst except that they unlocked my s6e for free, I bought a samsung 64gb micro sd for $80 USD couple years ago from amazon.com, it failed, call Samsung the support said Amazon is not Samsung 's dealer, WTF, so I contact Amazon, the support first give me $30 credit, after heard Samsung can't replace my ad card, they let me send it to US, I paid $2 for the shipping though, when they received my card, immediately refunded me $80, so total $110 USD, the card right now only $20, good service Amazon.
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Samsung SD cards are very often faked. I wouldn't touch these at all.
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sonyHdr12 wrote: Samsung service is the worst except that they unlocked my s6e for free,
how did you manage that
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It should be free to unlock any phone in Canada from your provider now.

As for this card, I have one but I paid about $50 around the holidays two years back. It's ok but my music does skip or have errors at (likely due to the random read/write speed being crap or it could just be my LG G3).
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mumbles wrote: It should be free to unlock any phone in Canada from your provider now.
As of December 1, 2017, all individual and small business wireless service customers will have the right to have their cellphones and other mobile devices unlocked free of charge upon request.

from https://www.canada.ca/en/radio-televisi ... gfees.html

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