SanDisk Ultra 8GB Class 10 UHS-I MicroSDHC Memory Card with Adapter

4.37 out of 5 based on 200 customer ratings
(197 customer reviews)

Comes with Adapter, Grey / Red. Perfect for Raspberry Pi.

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Product Description

  • Up To 48MB/s Read Speed
  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Includes SD Adapter

SanDisk 8GB Ultra Class 10 Micro SDHC Upto 48MB/s

Large-Capacity Card Holds Thousands of Photos or Hours of Video

With the SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card, you’ll never have to choose what to keep and what to delete on your Android smartphone or tablet. With a generous capacity of 8 GB (1), this card lets you shoot and store more photos and videos without running out of space. You’ll have enough room for thousands of high-resolution photos or hours of Full HD (2) video. Capture, carry, and keep your videos, hotos, and music at your fingertips with 8 GB of storage.

Shoot and store hours of Full HD video on your Android smartphone or tablet. View larger Capture Full HD Video on Your Android Smartphone or Tablet

The SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card is Class 10, letting you capture smooth Full HD video without interruption. Designed to be extremely durable, the memory card is waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, magnet proof, and shockproof (3). The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card comes with a lifetime warranty (7).

Twice as Fast as Ordinary microSD Cards

SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Cards are twice as fast as ordinary microSD cards (4). Read speeds of up to 48 MB/s (5) let you quickly transfer photos and videos from your smartphone to your tablet or computer.

Back Up Your Favorite Media with Memory Zone App

Available from the Google Play store, the SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) lets you view, access, and back up all your files from your phone’s memory in one convenient location. You can even set the app to move files from your device’s internal memory to your memory card automatically. An SD adapter is included to transfer files from your phone or tablet directly to your PC or Mac.

(1) 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (2) Compatible device required. Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. (3) Card only. See product packaging or visit our official website for additional information and limitations. (4) Ordinary cards up to 5 MB/s write speed. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (5) Up to 48 MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. X=150KB/s (6) Download and installation required. (7) 30 year warranty in Germany, Canada, and regions not recognizing lifetime warranty.

What’s in the Box

SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Card (8 GB) and SD adapter.


  • Add up to 8 GB (1) of storage space to Android or other smartphone or tablet
  • Class 10 for recording Full HD (2) video
  • Read speeds up to 48 MB/s (5) for fast file transfer
  • SanDisk Memory Zone app (6) supports automatic file transfer to free up space on your device
  • Waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, and magnet proof (3)
  • Includes SD adapter
  • 10 year warranty (7)

Additional Information



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Not all devices accept Micro SDHC Cards. Please test compatibility using this link: http://pct1.sandisk.com/NewSearch.aspx









197 reviews for SanDisk Ultra 8GB Class 10 UHS-I MicroSDHC Memory Card with Adapter

  1. 4 out of 5


    Just got it today, Setup an Headless Image of Ubuntu for my 18 core Parallella-16 (Arm arch ect) computer, Has my processors blazing at 100% and is working fine with it. I am most pleased. Doubled the speed of my system, had a SanDisk (Older Version) of the same mem chip before, it was a bit slow. SanDisk dose a good job making micros & speed most important.

  2. 5 out of 5


    183 gb out of 200. I know I know, they have to put software and stuff on I but come on, why not just call it a 183GB instead, you’d actually get WHT you’re paying for. That or just put 17GB extra to make it a real 200. I know this is on every single hard drive or jump drive or SD card or whatever storage device but it’s really just annoying. This is 2016. Stop lying to us. Anyways. Rant over. Works perfectly, a lot of storage for such a small thing. I love it.

  3. 5 out of 5


    Faster than a USB memory stick (even a fast one) for storing files! SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) I use Windows 8.1, and when I plugged the included adapter with this thumbnail size SanDisk Ultra 200GB micro SD card into the computer’s SD slot, its exFat format was recognized instantly (even while the driver was being installed). I copied large encrypted files that normally take a long time to copy onto USB sticks, onto this micro SD card, and it took a fraction of the time! I’m amazed at the speed it saves files onto the mini SD card. I’ve used it for about a week, but will update my review if applicable.

    The only “gotcha” might be that you must CAREFULLY insert the tiny micro SD card into its accompanying adapter, in order to use it in a USB SD card adapter or slot in many PCs and color copy machines. It took me a few minutes to get oriented how it fits. Never force it. Carefully push it down into the adapter until its flush with the adapter. Use a magnifier to orient the insertion if necessary. To remove, use a fingernail to gently unseat and pull out. Although it is light as paper, it feels strong and not flimsy. Never force it, but make sure the insertion is smooth, to prevent wearing out the contacts.

    I’m thrilled about this 200GB flash memory mini SD card. If you have a small locket that stores a small photo, you can place the card inside of it (without the adapter) so that you can safely bring files home with you from the office or when traveling. If I decide to do this, I’ll likely purchase a second adapter to leave at the office.

  4. 5 out of 5


    I tried the 200GB card in a bunch of items. Works in all but 1.

    MSi laptop with built-in SD card reader: YES
    Belkin external multi-card reader to USB 3.0: YES
    LG G3 phone: YES
    Leica M-P camera: YES
    Nikon D600 camera: YES
    Fiio X5 Audio player: YES
    FIIO X3 Audio player: NO

    Read speeds are good enough for everything I’ve tested it for. Write speed is good. Still takes a LONG time to fill the card.

    Overall, an impressive little card.

  5. 5 out of 5


    I am getting the advertised read speeds on my Windows tablet. This is what I was worried about mostly, since I’ve been wanting to keep my OS drive with enough space to shuffle around the constant and gigantic Windows 10 patches. Thus I’ve been running quite a few programs and games directly off of the SanDisk sd card.

    And the speeds I’ve been getting are 80mb and slightly above most of the time. Which has been enough to even run quite a few games off if it without a hitch. So I’d say that I’m pleased with how this little micro sd card has worked out for me.

    Other than that, I’ve had no issues with it. I picked up a 64 GB card, and the advertised storage space is slightly under 60 gigs reported, which is fair, and to be expected. And it’s been every bit of 60 gigs, since I have filled it to near capacity already. Read and write speeds have also been fairly constant through my usage of it.

    Build quality is fine. The card and the chip leads are unblemished and undamaged, and the card itself doesn’t feel like it’d fall apart between my fingers or anything.

    Overall, been quite happy with its performance. It’s been fast enough to run some semi modern games directly off of it. And it’s been truthful in its advertised speed and capacity. So this would have to be a recommendation for its capacity, speed, and price point. If you want a micro sd card, this is a good brand to get.

  6. 5 out of 5


    Bought this with my own hard-earned pennies, so unbiased review. Does exactly what it’s supposed to at a great price. I am very happy to have this huge expanded memory in my smartphone for my music and audiobooks. I’ve been buying SanDisk products for years, always reliable, never go bad.

  7. 5 out of 5


    I am very happy with my 32GB SD card. So far, I am so very happy with this SD card. I was having trouble with not enough space on my LG Enact cell phone. Its getting old, kinda like me, and doesn’t have all the latest bells and whistles, but I don’t want to upgrade with a new contract from Verizon, so an SD card was the easiest and most logical way to handle this. My cell phone company wanted to sell me a 16 GB SD card for 3 times what I got this 32 GB SD for. Thank God for Amazon! Honestly, it makes my life so much easier! Thanks Amazon!!!!! Now, I’m in my 50s and a bit of a techno-idiot, so I wasn’t exactly sure where to put the SD card, so I looked it up on Youtube 🙂 Thank God for Youtube, a Babyboomer’s best buddy! Now, my phone is working great! I’ve had Pandora streaming for several hours. Before, Pandora would shut down after 3 minutes due to the lack of storage space, and this was messing up all my Apps, and sometime my phone calls wouldn’t even go through!

  8. 5 out of 5


    I purchased this micro for my Moto x pure and while it does the job perfectly. I honestly wish I would of spent more money and received a faster speed on the card because I used it for internal storage and apps are being saved on it and I do notice a lag but I feel that is me not being aware of what I purchased so I will not let that reflect on a otherwise great product.

  9. 2 out of 5


    2 stars because when it was working it was great and could be bad luck I received a bad card. This was a great card at a great price with blazing fast speed in my Surface 4 Pro. It was like a second hard drive for about 50GB of document data for work. That is until after a month (and the return policy expired) when the card began to corrupt data files. It started slowly at first with a single directory getting corrupted, but then more and more data (that was never accessed after loading it on the card the first time) began to get corrupted and the card speed slowed to a crawl. I was able to use a recovery tool to get most of the data off the card but still lost many files. A smaller card from another manufacturer has been working flawlessly so it is not the fairly new Surface 4 Pro, definitely the card.

  10. 5 out of 5


    SanDisk is a high quality name brand, that you never have to worry about purchasing . I purchased it for my new Galaxy tab 4.You are able to capture, carry and keep more high-quality photos and full HD video on your Android smartphone or tablet. It alows you to transfer pictures and videos from the card to your PC at a no-wait rate of up to 80MB/s. I didn’t know this but learned after I purchased it but, the SanDisk Memory Zone app, available on the Google Play store, makes it easy to view, access, and back up your files from your phone’s memory. To help your smartphone run at its peak performance, set the app to automatically off-load files from your smartphone’s internal memory to the card. It is water proof, temperature proof, shock proof, X-ray proof and magnet proof. There is also a Ten-year limited warranty. You can be confident in the outstanding quality, performance and reliability of SanDisk products.

  11. 5 out of 5


    So I purchase the other cards before and always had compatibility issues with my lg phone perhaps because they were older and may be manufactured a couple years ago and did not meet up to the standards of today because technology is constantly changing. I can’t tell you the technical terms but I do know this works in my phone and I haven’t had any glitches since I got it my pictures come out my videos come out and it works perfectly.

  12. 5 out of 5


    This little guy came not only fast but a day early. It has been compatible with both phones I have used it in and is plenty big. I use it for storing music and pictures of my work. For the price you cant find a better deal. Comes with the adapter in case you want to use it that way to. Thanks again

  13. 4 out of 5


    EDIT – Another person commented to me that I might need to buy an updated card reader to be able to use this card. This is in fact the case. I ordered a recent card reader and the card works fine. It might be good to note this requirement in the product description.

    I bought two of these and both were DOA. The cards arrived unreadable, and both OSX and W7 indicate that the card can only be formatted as ~29GB, rather than the advertised 64GB. On the first order I didn’t try it right away, and by the time I wanted to use it the return period had expired. I tried contacting SanDisk about the failure, but they did not respond (beyond an automated “we got your inquiry” message). I am returning the second card, but I seem to be stuck with the first one. My experience is a 100% failure rate on these. If you buy one, test it right away to be sure you’re not getting the same issue I had.

  14. 5 out of 5


    I trust the name brand memory devices over the cheap cheap ones. I’ve never had a problem with this brand and when I see them on sale, I stock up for our phones and tablets. The better brands stand behind their products and if you have ever had a cheap one fail with all your music/work files/photos etc.- you know what memory value can really mean

  15. 5 out of 5


    I’ve gone threw dozens and dozens of SD/microSD cards. And I have to say these are the best. And the warranty is better then almost all of the other companies. I even had one replaced due to heat damage and they replaced it right away with no problems. Not to mention these new ones have a 10 year warranty

  16. 5 out of 5


    I use this microSD card in my tablet and it works great. I just popped it in and started using it. I transfer movies to this card to watch on my tablet quite often and have had no issues with it; playback is fast and smooth. You can buy other brands for all different prices, but SanDisk is a trustworthy name and it also comes at a great price.

  17. 5 out of 5


    Got this to replace my 64 GB Sandisk Extreme micro sd card and it works as expected. I am currently using it with my Galaxy S4 (running android 4.2.2). I have not really noticed a difference between this card and the extreme card. I mainly use them for music, photo/video storage location, and download location.

  18. 5 out of 5


    Sandisk is what I have always purchased for my SD cards not matter what versions. I bought this one for my phone and of course it works great. Their are different types of Micro SD cards, so do your reviewing of the differences and look to see what the company recommends for your particular product.

  19. 5 out of 5


    Provides an incredible amount of extra files for my Kindle Fire. I can almost transfer all of my video library onto it. Great for when there’s no internet or Wi-Fi available. Since it’s a SanDisk, there’s no worries about functioning properly. I highly recommend this.

  20. 5 out of 5


    I kind of gambled when I got this seeing as how Motorola tech support told me that 128 gig is the highest I could get for my phone which is the Motorola MotoX Pure Edition or Style.
    My nephew insisted that it would work so I ordered it and got it a couple of days ago. Turned off my phone and put the 200 gig card in and removed the 128 gig. It took a few seconds for my phone to reformat it for internal use after which it was good to go. I have a huge music library and I’m still downloading music to it a couple of days later. I don’t mean to say that it takes two days to download a lot of music I’m just kind of picky about what music I transferred to my phone I have a lot of music I don’t listen to
    I loved my ipod that had 160 gig capacity but this is a hell of a lot better. Sure I could have waited for the 256 upcoming card but it will be a hell of a lot more expensive and eventually I’ll get it when it goes as low as this one is right now. I’m in no hurry. I’m sure by then I’ll have even more music. I mainly wrote this review for others with a similar phone and for the ones wondering if their phone can handle it even though the specs say that 128 gigs is the top it can handle. The specs were written most likely before the 200 gig was released. Give it a shot. I’m sure it will work for you too. Love it!!!

  21. 5 out of 5


    I’ve been using these cards for a while now, and got this one for a Blackberry. Though it’s a little overkill, it’s a pretty cheap price, the quality is awesome and I’m already a user of these model of cards for other applications (both MicroSD and SD, professional video recording mainly). I trust no other brand, this one will never let you down. Need I say more?

  22. 5 out of 5


    I only buy SanDisk SD cards. I use them in a heavy construction industrial environment in machinery with massive amounts of shock and vibration and extreme temperatures both hot and cold and SanDisk is the ONLY brand that stands up to the abuse. I’ve tried every commercially available brand, and even some high dollar specialized industrial cards that sell for 10x the price and none of them last as long as these.

  23. 2 out of 5


    Didn’t get the speeds promised from it. I bought a PNY 128GB High Speed MicroSDXC Memory Card (P-SDUX128U160G-GE) and it was even slower than the SanDisk, again, not living up to the advertised speeds. t’s really annoying to get something like this and have it be a let down on the write speeds. I tested it on a MAC and a PC with the same results. I don’t know which manufacturer consistently meets the speeds that they promise on the package but it’s a game of chance with micro SD cards lately.

  24. 4 out of 5


    It doesn’t work for my gopro; kept showing errors. On the norm, I usually don’t have any issues with SanDisk. Actually this is only my third time in 8 years. (Which is a pretty good trend) That’s why I gave it four stars; yes this instance failed for me but so many others have worked flawlessly including the one I’m using in it now.

  25. 5 out of 5


    I have boughten a couple of these over the years and they work great. Moving tons of video files back and forth with no problems at all. I have even dropped one in water and dried it off to have it still work. Awesome deal. So far i have had the 64gb Sandisk Ultra MicroSD in my TF300 tablet, GalaxyTab 4, Samsung Captivate, Galaxy S5 and it it completely compatible.

  26. 5 out of 5


    This card does the job and is reliable, which is what I needed. I bought it to replace a 32GB Patriot card I had before. I had the card in my phone and one day my phone stopped recognizing the card, corrupting all the data within.

    I bought this card and threw it in my phone and it has been bulletproof thus far. The price is ever so slightly higher than the competition I’ll admit, but it shows its worth in durability and reliability.

    Transferring data on this card is also fairly quick compared to my Patriot card too. I haven’t actually done any real speed tests between the two but the difference is enough to be noticeable to the naked eye. Both cards were Class 10 Micro SDs.

    Additionally, I did not have any issues receiving a fake card from Amazon. I purchased it and verified using one of the customer images on here (as well as other images online) that it indeed matched up to an authentic card from SanDisk. So unless those counterfeiters are making them exactly like the current real deal cards, then I don’t believe I received a fake.

  27. 5 out of 5


    Got this as Lighting deal so it was a good bang for buck. I had a very bad experience with TWO SanDisk SD cards getting corrupted within two months of purchase. I think those were from a bad batch SanDisk dumped in a sale instead of recalling.

    So I waited a few months to review this one and so far its great. Believe me, I will come back and zero star this product if it dies before we have gone through a few more presidents.

  28. 4 out of 5


    At first, it WOULD NOT let me download from the app store to this card. Even tried deleting it, even tho it was brand new and had nothing on it. But once I transferred several other files from the phone to the SD it seemed to do the trick! I went back and finally it let me dl to the card. Maybe format issues???…idk. Rough start, but, (other than that) so far, so good.

  29. 5 out of 5


    Great upgrade for my phone, previously had 64gb in there but it just was not enough even with deleting everything I could so instead of losing sleep over managing my space I just upgraded to 128gb.

    This is pretty fast card too, at least 2x faster than my old Sony card.

  30. 5 out of 5


    Works like a charm for my Samsung Galaxy Note 1. 4 years old now and still working great thanks to a SD card slot. Extensibility is a huge boon for a phone, be it a changeable battery or a SD card slot: you save when you buy the phone, because you don’t have to shell out for the expensive large memory version, but you don’t sacrifiy usability, because in a few years, that small memory will be too small. And you can buy an SD card, what would have cost you several hundred bucks years before for a fraction of it.
    Sadly, I won’t be buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Samsung is getting stupid and using the same dumb and so obvious tactic to squeeze more money out of its customers, like Apple has been doing for years: No SD card slot, no battery that you can change yourself.
    And how dumb that is I have just found with the Nexus 4: A friend has one where the battery is (surprise) giving out (which is will surely as nothing, it is just a matter of when). Now finding a built in battery online is hard and expensive. While phones like the Note 1, being older than the Nexus 4, you get a larger battery just for 10 bucks. If you have a iPhone you are royally f**** because there is no cheap way to replace the battery. And if you buy one to replace yourself, you won’t get an Apple product, since Apple does not deliver any of its originals to resellers.
    A total deal breaker, that destroys the usefulness of a smartphone years down the road. Now consider that the Galaxy Note 1 came with 16 GB of internal memory, much too small for what I’m using it nowadays, and amazing enough, it accepts this very large 64 GB card, giving me almost unlimited storage for video for long journeys (supported by the batteries that I carry 5 around, very elegantly and go a whole week without ever touching a cable or outlet)
    I would say it pays if you don’t have to buy parts and peripherals from just one manufacturer, it prevents you from being ripped of royally 😉
    And the google Nexus phones would be perfect, if they would not suck so bad by Google preventing you to extend storage or battery life by going the Apple way.

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