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Samsung Flash Memory
Many electronics store data on micro SD cards that are designed to capture and transfer information quickly. These convenient devices come in a variety of formats, speeds and capacities. Upgrading to a faster or higher capacity card is a good way to store more video, music or images on your electronics, but there is a lot more to choosing the right card than many consumers realize. The new card must be the proper physical size and format to work properly.
Samsung SD Cards Have Fast Read and Write Speeds SDHC and SDXC cards read and write faster than conventional SD cards. Memory cards come in six classes: Class 2, Class 4, Class 6, Class 10, U1 and U3. The class number corresponds to the minimum speed. For instance, Class 10 cards and U1 cards both have a minimum speed of 10MB per second. Samsung ultra-high speed Class 10 memory cards are ideal for action cameras, tablets and high-end smartphones. With speeds of up to 90MB per second, they also write data faster, so users spend less time transferring photos and videos.
Simple Memory Expansion Many smartphones, cameras and tablets have memory expansion slots, which can hold an additional Samsung SD card to store more images and videos. For more photo storage while traveling, bring extra cards and swap them out as needed.
Compatible with a Variety of Devices Samsung memory cards are compatible with a range of devices. There are three main formats: SD, SDHC and SDXC. These formats are not interchangeable, so be sure to check your device and pair it with the correct Samsung SD card. Most consumer electronics use SDHC cards, but some high-end models and professional-grade devices use SDXC cards.
Durable Design that is Built to Last Samsung SD cards are designed to withstand heavy use and rugged conditions. Most models are waterproof and can survive up to 24 hours in seawater. They can withstand extremely cold and hot temperatures (-13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit) and are shockproof, so they survive drops and crushing, even if the device doesn't. They are also engineered to survive X-rays, and they can resist magnetic force up to 13 times greater than that emitted by standard home speakers.
Large Capacity for Maximum Storage High-end SD cards have significantly greater storage capacities than most budget models. For instance, a Samsung 64GB SDHC card stores more than 37,000 photos, up to 1,110 minutes of video or nearly 15,000 songs. For most users, 32GB cards are sufficient, and 16GB cards are ideal for consumers who store most of their movies, images and music in the cloud or carry extra memory cards.
Powerful Memory that Supports Full HD and 4K Video Samsung SDHC and SDXC cards support full HD and 4K video and are ideal for cameras, tablets and smartphones. A good way to determine which type of card your device uses is to remove the current card and look at the label. All SD cards have their format, class and speed printed on them. MoreLess