The 128 gb samsung memory card UHS-I 80MB/s Class 10 Evo Plus Micro SDXC with SD Adapter offers plenty of space to store all your images, songs, HD videos and more.
It can handle random large-block transfers, the Samsung Evo Plus recorded 79.5MB/s read with 3.9MB/s write. Though it measured a very poor write activity, the new Evo Plus had a serious increase in read performance once again. With that said, looking at the SanDisk Extreme Plus showed read and write speeds of 85.9MB/s and 43.8MB/s respectively, while the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDHC hit 87.6MB/s read and 13.4MB/s write. The Samsung Evo posted 43.9 MB/s read and 32.0MB/s write.
The new Samsung EVO Plus microSDs are very well suited for mainstream consumers looking to meet the ever-growing storage requirements of smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices that support UHS Speed Class 1 and Class 10 video recording ratings. These tiny devices are also a tough bunch of memory cards, as Samsung upgraded the Evo line even further with increased water, shock, magnet, X-ray and temperature protection. The new Plus line received a substantial boost in storage as well with 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB available capacities, which is double the maximum capacity compared to its predecessor.
As far as performance goes, performance was unsurprisingly impressive for its class. When I put it through our tests, it measured sequential reads and writes of 84.9MB/s and 19.7MB/s respectively, while random activity boasted 79.5MB/s read with 3.9MB/s write. Comparing these results to its predecessor, which posted sequential read and write performance of 44.4MB/s and 19.1MB/s respectively (while random hit 43.9 MB/s read and 32.0MB/s write), the new Samsung Evo Plus microSD cards certainly offer a significant upgrade to the previous EVO line in the important read column. Pros Great overall performance Competitive pricing Reliability features Cons