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Largest Capacity and Most Expensive MicroSD cards in Town




In celebration of the MicroSD’s 10th birthday, we compiled a list of highest capacity MicroSD cards that are available locally along with its respective premium price tags.

Items on the list were arranged from most expensive to least expensive.

5. 128GB Lexar 633X MicroSDXC UHS-I card

Key specs:

Capacity: 128GB
Class 10 UHS-1
Maximum Read Speed: 95 MB/s
SRP: Php6,700

4. SanDisk Ultra® microSDXC™ UHS-I Card

Sandisk MicroSDXC

Key specs:

Capacity: 128GB
Class 10 UHS-1
Maximum Read Speed: 48 MB/s
SRP: Php5,300

3. Samsung EVO+ MicroSDXC UHS-1

Samsung EVO+ MicroSDXC

Key specs:

Capacity: 128GB
Class 10 UHS-1
Maximum Read Speed: 80 MB/s
SRP: Php4,790

2. Samsung EVO MicroSDXC UHS-1

Samsung EVO MicroSDXC

Key specs:

Capacity: 128GB
Class 10 UHS-1
Minimum Read Speed: 48 MB/s
SRP: Php3,489

1. Strontium Nitro Micro SDXC

Strontium Nitro

Capacity: 128GB
Class 10 UHS-1
Minimum Read Speed: 70 MB/s
Comes with SD card adapter and USB card reader
SRP: Php3,449

Got anything to add on our list? Hit the comments section below and tell us about it.



This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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8 Responses

  1. vm02 says:

    for comparison cdrking class 6 32gig micro SD costs 520 php

  2. accel says:

    I do wonder why the best of the bunch, Sandisk microSD 128gb, is priced much higher than the average price of the said product here in the U.S.?

    The Sandisk 128gb microSD only retails for about a hundred dollars in average (take note of the word “average”) here in states.

    I ended up buying 4 of those microSD cards. One ended up as an extra storage for my Surface Pro 3 (Core i7, 512GB model), the other ended up for my OnePlus One and the other two was given to both my wife and kid. Both my wife and my kid stopped complaining about running out storage and they’ll definitely won’t look back anymore.

  3. tigidong says:

    why the manufacturers are only bragging about their cards’read speeds? LOL!

    why not advertise also the write speeds?

  4. abuzalzal says:

    Daming nagkalat na fake Sandisk at Samsung online, so to lessen the chance of getting a fake, Strontium na lang

  5. Andy says:

    Doesn’t sandisk have a 200GB microSD card? although hit costs like 250USD.

    It’s actually cheaper to get one in the united states; and the go to brands for memory are Sandisk, Lexar, Samsung, Transcend and Sony.

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