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31st March 2014, 10:13 AM   |  #1  
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Hello i just wondering about if SanDisk Mobile Ultra MicroSDXC Class 10, 64GB will work for samsung s5 ? i diden't really find the spec for the sdcard.
or with is the best sd card for the samsung s5 for now ?
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Hello i just wondering about if SanDisk Mobile Ultra MicroSDXC Class 10, 64GB will work for samsung s5 ? i diden't really find the spec for the sdcard.
or with is the best sd card for the samsung s5 for now ?

It will work, GS5 supports up to 128GB micro-sd cards (currently only Sandisk has one).
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okej, but with MicroSDXC card is the fastest on the market right now ?
Samsung UHS-1 Pro 64GB Class 10 MicroSDXC ?
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Hello i just wondering about if SanDisk Mobile Ultra MicroSDXC Class 10, 64GB will work for samsung s5 ? i diden't really find the spec for the sdcard.
or with is the best sd card for the samsung s5 for now ?

Yep, it will work. Congratz on getting an S5
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okej, but with MicroSDXC card is the fastest on the market right now ?
Samsung UHS-1 Pro 64GB Class 10 MicroSDXC ?

SanDisk 16GB fastest microSD
95MB/s read - 90 MB/s write

SanDisk 64GB very fast microSD
80MB/s read - 50 MB/s write

SanDisk 128GB regular microSD
30MB/s read - less than 30 MB/s write

Samsung 64GB very fast microSD
70MB/s read - 20 MB/s write

These are advertised speeds, I don't know about reliability and actual speeds. Somehow I'm more inclined buying the Samsung one, somehow it makes me feel it's more compatible. Just my opinion.
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SanDisk 16GB fastest microSD
95MB/s read - 90 MB/s write

SanDisk 64GB very fast microSD
80MB/s read - 50 MB/s write

SanDisk 128GB regular microSD
30MB/s read - less than 30 MB/s write

Samsung 64GB very fast microSD
70MB/s read - 20 MB/s write

These are advertised speeds, I don't know about reliability and actual speeds. Somehow I'm more inclined buying the Samsung one, somehow it makes me feel it's more compatible. Just my opinion.







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Originally Posted by degast

SanDisk 16GB fastest microSD
95MB/s read - 90 MB/s write

SanDisk 64GB very fast microSD
80MB/s read - 50 MB/s write

SanDisk 128GB regular microSD
30MB/s read - less than 30 MB/s write

Samsung 64GB very fast microSD
70MB/s read - 20 MB/s write

These are advertised speeds, I don't know about reliability and actual speeds. Somehow I'm more inclined buying the Samsung one, somehow it makes me feel it's more compatible. Just my opinion.

I agree, I feel more comfortable buying a Samsung for the compatibility feeling.

I just recently purchased the 64GB Sammy that you listed for my S5.


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Does the S5 allow you to move apps to SD card like my current S4?

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Does the S5 allow you to move apps to SD card like my current S4?

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YES.
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I agree, I feel more comfortable buying a Samsung for the compatibility feeling.

I just recently purchased the 64GB Sammy that you listed for my S5.


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There are numerous people on here, and on other forums, that also has had issues with the Samsung cards. SD cards are a hit and miss these days.
I personally went for the latest Samsung pro 64GB one that was released today on Amazon. Hoping it can last for a long time, but we'll see.

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