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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.

Features:

  • 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

Manufacturer

SanDisk

Legal Disclaimer

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

Size

16GB

EAN

0619659123024

MPN

SDSDQUAN-008G-G4A

Model

SDSDQUAN-008G-G4A

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

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Great price for the GB capacity. Just plugged it in my action cam today and recorded a test run and seems to be working great. Not much can go wrong with these SanDisks. This mini comes with a full size adapter card to use for transferring to PC or other devices. What more can be said at this time? I’m happy with my purchase.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I bought this, plus a BASEQI aluminum microSD Adapter, for my MacBook Pro Retina 13″. My MacBook has 128GB of flash storage, so I basically doubled my memory with this in the SD card port, which I never use. I’ve had it for a little over a month and am pleased with how it works. It’s fast to transfer files and is stable. I don’t have to reboot the card every time I open my MacBook, like some other cards out there. I open it up and it is there on the desktop, ready to go. That said, when they finally come out with a 256GB or larger card, I’ll probably move up to that.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    this works amazingly in my samsung galaxy note 4. it really should be marketed as a 192gb card, but whatever. my phone displays the capacity as 183gb.

    transfer rates are comparable to my previous sandisk 128gb and 64gb micro sd cards. no problems with data hiccups or any other such shenanigans.

    if you want a lot of storage in your mobile device, this card is the way to go.

    just remember to format the card using a sdxc compatible device that can recognize the full capacity (like your phone, certain card readers), as some older micro sd card readers will only show it as 32gb.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I’m not a technical guy that will be able to go into details about the performance of this micro sd card, but I can tell you that it works great for my applications, which are a Phantom 3 quadcopter and a knock off of a GoPro camera. The card works excellent in my opinion, with no issues, I am happy with the results of my videos and pictures, and I plan on getting a few more.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    I bought this 128GB SanDisk microSD card for use with a 2015 Moto E to use as a spare wifi device/music player. Many less expensive or budget oriented devices may misleadingly claim to only support up to 32GB microSD cards, but this is often false. Most devices that support 32GB cards, do in fact support 64GB and 128GB cards as well.
    In the case of the 2015 Moto E, all you have to do to get it working is pop the card in (careful not to put it in the phone’s SIM slot, as you may get it stuck and damage the Moto E or the microSD card), go into Settings > Storage. Scroll down to where it shows the memory card and select “Mount SD card”. Once you have the card “mounted”, then all you have to do is format the card while it is in the phone and the phone will correctly format it and recognize the 128GB microSD card as having approximately 119GB of free space. It’s just that simple!

  6. 5 out of 5

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    Pretty decent card. Write speeds are pretty low (between 25MB and 36MB), read speeds are 80MB-93MB…at least on MY machine. This is replacing a “Patriot” 128MB card in my Samsung Note 4…. the Patriot card SEEMED OK for about 2 months…then every video on it began to stutter, and show artifacts. No, it wasn’t my phones fault. Copied all video files off card, and they still stuttered, and showed artifacts on my blazing fast home pc…. the card was just corrupting data. HOPEFULLY this card will archive well….I’ve never had a problem form Sandisk cards or flash drives ever before, and regret my decision to go with the cheaper “Patriot” on my last buy.
    Will update this review in a couple months to verify it’s worthiness.

  7. 5 out of 5

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    In service now for over 2 months. Works great in my wife’s Moto E (second gen) phone. Max memory for this phone is 32 GB on an SDHC card. I cannot use a SDXC (64 GB or greater) micro-SD card.

    Formatted the SD card upon insertion and everything just worked after that. Pic’s videos and apps all work as they should.

    Always had real good luck with SanDisk flash memory cards. The price was right. Time to upgrade, you will not be disappointed.

  8. 4 out of 5

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    After several years purchasing Transcend MicroSD cards, I decided to give a try to SanDisk. I bought this MicroSD card because I needed space whenever I want to watch my TV shows. This card does its work. It offers good storage and I can attest it offers stability while watching movie clips. My only complain is that the writing / transfer speed are a little bit on the low side. Everything else seems fine.

  9. 4 out of 5

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    I’ll just sum it up as this brand is the standard and bar none in SD micro memory cards for devices. It’s the only brand I’ll ever buy or consider. That said, I’ll rate it 4 stars. Never had an issue with it. Then again, I never do anything major nor am I a “power phone” user. I don’t do any HD video recording or high tech photography. I bought this for my 64 gig LG V10 for additional mem. I do have a fairly extensive music library and I do plan to learn how to work the highly rated mega manual cam and take some pretty amazing pics (though I do admit to being something of a selfie whore!). I was torn between this and the 128 gig. So we’ll see how this holds up.

  10. 4 out of 5

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    Excellent for Kindle Storage, a little slow at startup, but I have not investigated if that is the kindle read/write speed or the Micro SD. I don’t really care either, it is used to expand the memory on my kids kindles which is NECESSARY, because the 8GB Kindle is only actually 5.5GB with installed OS.

  11. 5 out of 5

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    Great SD card ,wish I had gotten the 128 GB instead ,but 64 gb is a good amount ,shouldnt have any trouble not running out of room for extra storage ,what I didnt like was how small the slot in phone was to put SD card in ,and it took a few tries to get the SD card in there just right.

  12. 5 out of 5

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    I have had this about a year now & feel I need to leave a review to let others know. I have stored multiple movies & shows on this & have had no skipping or buffering. This works great & I don’t foresee any problems in the future.

    Reviews impact my buying decision when purchasing just about anything. I take my reviews very seriously. I’ve always appreciated the help I receive from other reviewers & I hope I can return the favor.

  13. 5 out of 5

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    I bought a few of these for our dash cams, trail cam, and for recording in our nanny cams in our home. They work very well, video and pictures transfer quickly onto my computer and look great too. I like the 32GB size the best, for me there is enough room for what I need, and it is easy to go through the card to find what I want or need to save. We have never had any problems with SanDisk.

  14. 5 out of 5

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    SanDisk is the leader in my opinion for cards. They have held up through many different devices and have not failed, even once. I have had more failures in other brands, but never in these. This particular card has been used in quite a few different devices and formatted many times over. Still ticking and never once have I had a fault.

  15. 5 out of 5

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    Perfect SD card for your Raspberry Pi! 16GB will run just about everything you want, (I use the 64GB version for Retropie). Very fast, and of course it is SanDisk, 50+ SD cards from them and never once a problem!

    I noticed there are 100 people already listing read/write speeds, so I will not add to that ginormous list, instead just say, this is the one you want.

    Many people use 8GB, don’t, later you will want the other 8, and only for a couple dollars more, who would argue?!

  16. 3 out of 5

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    This product was suggest with my Phone. HOWEVER, I thought my phone was defective because my phone could not recognize it, while my Samsung could. In the end I figured out that they type of file system on this card is not compatible with all android phones. I had to reformat the card to FAT and then it started to work.

  17. 5 out of 5

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    Works great with my s5. I have so many dow loaded movies and pictures and videos taken on there is ridiculous. And I think I’ve only used up half of the memory. Seriously like 15 downloaded movies all between 800mbs to 1.5 gbs and pictures taken from 5 years ago that I transferred from my iPhone 4… Nobody even needs to carry around pictures from that far back for immediate viewing but apparently I do!!!! Get this memory card already it’s way cheaper now than when I bought it anyway!!!

  18. 5 out of 5

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    After getting burned by PNY, SanDisk restored my hope that larger sized SD cards don’t suffer from terrible read and write speeds. I ran a couple tests and got a reading speed of 78/MB and a write speed of 22/MB.

    I’ve had the card for 1 week, and my LG V10 has yet to have any issues recognizing the card or storing files on it. The only very slight issue was that 4K video recording had a bit of studder when quickly turning the phone. Aside from that, pictures snap quickly, 1080p and below video record wonderfully.

    Update 4/23: Still have no issues with this SD card. Can’t say enough good things about SanDisk.

  19. 5 out of 5

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    Got this baby for my new tablet in order to hold as many shows on it as possible for my extended work trip overseas. Great speed, didn’t notice any lagging playing 1080p videos, everything was smooth and fast. I really love how cheap these cards are without any cutting corners when it comes to quality. I’d buy these any day than some $3 thing that my dad kept trying to push me to buy from Chinese sellers on ebay… -_-;;;

  20. 5 out of 5

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    I can always rely on Amazon to find what I can not find at a store near me, I live 45 minutes from the nearest store where I could go and purchase these, but NAH I would rather just hop on here and wait a couple of days for it to get here. SanDisk as always a great product, I need to get 3 more of them so I have saved them to be able to find them easily when I am ready to repurchase. LOVE amazon o for this awesome service and I do not have a car to get to the store. I certainly recommend this Micro SD by SanDIsk!! This was not a review item, but a super great deal here on amazon. Personal purchase for a new cell phone bought at x-mas time, compatible and added a ton of external storage which was really needed with all the apps these days.

  21. 5 out of 5

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    Excellent speed and great capacity for a great price. As a photographer/videographer, I trust no other brand with my sensitive data. I have at least 10 of these of various sizes in my home at this very moment and have never had a single one corrupt.

    For your cameras or any other use you have for memory cards, you can always trust SanDisk!

  22. 1 out of 5

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    When copying my music library from my Windows hard drive to this chip about every few thousand files Windows would put up an error message to say the target drive doesn’t exist. I would tell it to try again and it would continue with the copy.

    I’ve never seen this with any other chip.

  23. 5 out of 5

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    I’ve bought many of these MicroSD cards from SanDisk on Amazon, and have never been disappointed. Phones and tablets are as happy as can be! Fast and inexpensive, it’s an easy choice.

    Tip: Avoid cheaper memory from disreputable sellers, as there are many copycat forgeries out there. Pay attention.

  24. 5 out of 5

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    I own these cards in every size from 8 to 128GB and I’ve yet to have one fail on me.

    I currently have a four 128GB cards. One in my phone, another in my tablet, another in my 3DS (after a FAT32 formatting), and just picked up one for my Fiio X1.

    They’re fast enough for most applications, but not the fastest I’ve used, though the reliability (if you don’t get scammed by some shady seller and shipped a fake) more than makes up for slower write speeds.

    Even now, when their capacity makes them next to useless, I still find applications for my original 8GB SanDisk Ultra card. My 64GB cards have moved on to be placed in my kid’s electronics, the 32GB ones that were in there have passed down the line to some projects with old phones or a Raspberry Pi, and the 8-16GB cards are set up for use transporting files for individuals so confidential data can be sorted and only the files relevant to the current user will be present on the media.

    So, even years after purchase, every single one of my SanDisk cards is still functioning perfectly and still in use.

  25. 2 out of 5

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    I needed one of these for a phone. I got it, but the phone kept saying the card was ejected. Which was it, the phone or the card? I had no idea, but after an extensive search online I tried returning it. Amazon was awesome and the replacement card has been working for weeks now with not a single issue. I mention this because when I got the card it felt almost too thin somehow, just barely registered it, but when I got the new one it felt a tiny bit thicker so if you do have the problem it’s very possible it’s a manufacturing defect and you should try another card or another brand.

    Otherwise, it’s a decent card. The adapter is fine, but a little hard to get the card in and out. Basically, I’ve barely noticed the difference between this and a cheaper one, though possibly a bit faster write speed…maybe. No complaints about the working card. Works fine.

    –Update 02/07/16–
    Well, I’ve started having lockups on my phone and have had to force shutdown three times now. Always after writing several hundred megs or more to it through the phone. No problems with my wife’s same model phone which uses a different card. At least it’s still not doing the unmounting issue at all, so it’s not nearly as critical a problem since that happened all the time.

  26. 5 out of 5

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    So far I have ordered three of these and have been very happy with each purchase. Big jump in storage compared to the 64GB. Considering the price you really cant go wrong. One of my cards is over a year old and still working great. Will definitely buy more in the future.

  27. 4 out of 5

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    Total capacity formatted with exFAT on my Note 4 is 183GB (196,585,417,216 bytes)

    Tested fine with both Fake Flash Test v1.1.1 and h2testw 1.4 so not fake.

    Read and Write seemed fine. Writing music files to it was about 15MB per second and the h2testw verify was 75+MB/sec. Other card readers may do better. Now Samsung needs to put an micro SD card slot back into their Note phones or my next phone will be something else. It is pretty hard to go back to 64 or less gb when you are used to have 120+GB worth of storage.

  28. 1 out of 5

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    This card went flaky within a few months — just after the “return” period to Amazon. It caused the phone to give constant “SD card removed” and “SD card inserted” messages, which disabled apps unless the device is rebooted.

    It also caused the phone to go into a constant reboot cycle at random times — often in the middle of the night! There was no stopping this, except to physically remove & reinsert the battery.

  29. 4 out of 5

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    I’m using this with a Moto X Pure with Marshmallow as adopted storage. I’m using it as adopted storage because of the few apps that support micro-sd yet and I didn’t want to wait for them to update. The read speeds are perfectly fine. Most of the apps I install to internal storage which is of course fast but a couple have installed to the SD card and the read speeds are fast enough for me not to notice. Write speeds aren’t the best but I don’t need that. It’s more than fast enough for 1080p videos and pictures. All the music I moved onto the phone went to the SD card and I’ve seen no hiccups. I’m very pleased. I’m hoping for this to last 2-3 years where I then expect for read and write speeds to be better. Hopefully write speeds will improve dramatically.

  30. 5 out of 5

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    I really like this micro sd card, but I would not use this for video cameras. The reason is that the speed is just not high enough for that use. I have a GoPro and I purchased a SanDisk Extreme model because it is much faster. However, I use this micro sd card for a different purpose. I use it for a file storage server and for that use I think this micro SD card is an amazing value. I got mine for a very good price and I would recommend this product for file storage, but not for video cameras.

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