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Samsung EVO Select 512GB $93.91 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via Amazon AU

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256GB $49 now $53

With stunning speed and reliability, the Samsung 512GB microSDXC EVO Select memory card lets you get the most out of your devices. Ultra-fast read and write speeds of up to 100MB/s and 90MB/s and backed by 4-proof protection, keep your data safe against water, extreme temperatures, and other harsh conditions. Feel confident to capture, store and transfer 4K UHD videos, photos, music and other large files effortlessly. Your memories and adventures are irreplaceable, and now unforgettable.

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  • It is not a bad price and has been like that for about a week. I wonder if it could get any lower…

  • Sub $95 is a good price for 512GB. Write speed is good too

  • Any flash drive on sale?

  • Will the 256GB one work for the Nintendo Switch (with formatting / partitioning of course).

    • Yes, I got the 512GB one when it was on sale over Christmas and it works great for the Nintendo Switch.

      • how much did you get the 512 for back then?

        • it was $95.44 so $2 cheaper now, beware that even though it says 512GB on the switch it comes up as 476GB

      • Yeah thinking of a 512GB for my 1st generation Switch, sick of shifting games around on the 256gb card.

        • I can't find a consistent answer, if backups will run from HDD/SSD. Got 128GB card, and it's seriously undersized. Thinking of just biting the bullet, and grabbing 512GB at this price!

  • Would these be ok for a GoPro or is Something else more suitable?

    Thanks.

  • +10 votes

    Would these be ok with the new S21… oh wait, they stupidly removed micro sd

    • +13 votes

      Did people stupidly support that move and purchase an s21?

      • Cant help it if you want a high refresh screen and the latest processor. Either get last year's note 20 or suck it up

        • They have a choice. What would Apple and Samsung do if noone bought their new phones? They'd change back asap. However, let's be honest. Most people don't give a shit. They'll generally buy whatever is put in front of them and it's safe to say they don't care about headphone jacks or SD card slots.

          • @tessel: if the phones came with 512gb like the oppo x2 find pro i wouldn't mind. But 256gb or even a 512 gb is a massive price increase. I don't know whether to wait. Eagerly awaiting and hoping the Oppo find x3 pro blitzes with battery life and performance and maintains the 512gb internal memory or better still adds a micro sd.

    • Get Note 20 Ultra instead. Probably the last Samsung phone to have SD card slot.

      • hows camera etc. compare though? and the processor (to say s20 ultra and the new s21s, particularly camera wise?)

        • Watch some YouTube reviews. If money isn't an issue, go for the ultra. The S20 fe 5g is a great budget choice. Comes with Snapdragon chip and cameras still do very well. I'm upgrading from a mi max 3 and after a lot of youtubing I settled on the S20 FE 5G model. It's not perfect but ticks most boxes for me.

          • @tessel: The s50 Fe 5G comes iwth snapdragon? I thought they were all exynos except for the note 20 ultra?

            And back to exynos for the s21 line….

            • @SaberX: S20 FE 5G does come with Snapdragon.

              • @tessel: so out of the S20 range only the S20 note ultra and the S20FE comes with snapdragon? All others are Exynos?

                I've got a S8+ so wasn't sure if the camera upgrade was worth it for the price for the S20FE 5G when comparing to paying a higher premium for th elikes of the oppo x2 find pro or one of the s20 ultra or new s21 line…. the s20FE seems to get down to the 700's with discounts which is also pretty hard to go by. Seems to have a better battery life than the Oppo or the other S20/S21 lineups as well… any advice/recommendations?

  • I'm thinking about getting one for my s10+ does anyone know if you need special type or if there's any benefit to buying the higher quality fast ones? Tbh it'll mainly be for storing downloaded video from Netflix, torrents ect I don't really take many photos or videos and I believe there's a benefit to getting higher quality if that's your use case ( hi res video)
    Thanks

    • These are fast enough for the 4k video modes in some dedicated cameras e.g. Sony A7 III/RX100 so I doubt your phone is going to have trouble with it.

  • How does these compare against Sandisk extreme pro? Planning to use it for my rx100 mk7 for video

    • They're pretty much on par in terms of sequential write speed if that's important to you. Just pick the less expensive one.

      • Sandisk Extreme Pro is much faster, it's up to 170MBps. Only the 32GB one is about same speed as Samsung Evo Plus.

        • No, Sandisk cards only achieve that speed (170MBps) when using a particular Sandisk card reader, attached to a PC.

          On everything else, absolute maximum speed is limited by the UHS-I electrical interface, to 105MBps.

          The special Sandisk card reader somehow recognizes that a compatible Sandisk card is plugged in, and over-clocks the card faster than the official UHS-I specification.

    • If reliability is any important, pick Sandisk with lifetime warranty vs 10yrs from Samsung

  • Goes great with the new Samsung Galaxy S21… NOT!!

  • I've got both of these in my shopping cart. Been monitoring them for over 2 months.

    The 512gb is about 103 usually, so this is a good price.

    The 256 isn't a good price, it's usually 47-49 but was 39 a few weeks ago and I still didn't grab it.

    That being said, the 256 is usually out of stock and only just came back in stock in the last week or two.

    I don't really need them just yet. I've added them to my cart to track them and snipe it when it bottoms out.

    • how do u use cart to track price lol
      please share your expertise with fellow ozb

      • Look at it everyday?

      • The website CamelCamelCamel.com will check selected Amazon prices for you several times a day, and email you when the price drops below a price you set.

        For alerts on prices on Amazon AU, use https://au.camelcamelcamel.com/
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        They will send you an email to confirm your price alert, and haven't sent me any spam, nor sold my email address. I use an individual email address for every website I sign up to, so I know who leaks email addresses.

    • So you just add an item or 2 to cart that you're keen on, note the total, & check each day to see if the total has suddenly gone down abit…? Which indicates to you, a price drop? Am I understanding correctly?

      (Cos I might have to try that.) :)

    • wowsor! 256 gb was $39?! off amazon? presuming its the same samsung evo select range. can't see anything on ozb?

      Totally missed it if so. are they fulfilled by amazon and not a 3rd party product e.g. any concerns for being authentic?

  • Does it come with an SD adapter?

    • SAMSUNG EVO Select 512GB microSDXC UHS-I U3 100MB/s Full HD & 4K UHD Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME512HA)

  • Good price on 512gb especially if you have prime. Not so much the 256gb as it's only $4 more shipped from local seller on Ebay

    • I've had bad experiences buying sdcards on eBay, where I've been delivered non genuine cards. I'm reticent to buy sdcards from eBay again.

  • good price on 512GB

  • For some reason I got it for $34.67

    There was some $15 promo applied to the cart but I have no idea how to find out. Help me out so I can help you guys get it cheaper.