Capture more fast action and record more Full HD or 4K Ultra HD-ready video1 with your Android™ based smartphone, tablet or MIL camera. SanDisk Extreme cards are built tough for extreme durability even under challenging environmental conditions.3 Fast speeds reduce the time you’re on hold while your pictures and videos move to your card or from your card to your computer. Storage capacities from 16GB to 64GB2 expand device memory and leave room to record video that’s ready for the new 4K Ultra HD television screens and monitors.
The best stuff happens fast. With extreme write speeds up to 40MB/s, SanDisk memory cards give you the speed you need to capture every detail. Fast write speeds reduce the time you’re on hold while you move pictures and videos to your card, so you’re always ready to catch the next great shot, and enjoy smooth video playback.
Pro video performance with both Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)4 ratings lets you capture 4K Ultra HD and Full HD video1. Your videos will meet today’s highest resolution standards and will look stunning on the latest 4K Ultra HD TV screens and monitors, making this the ideal card for your 4K Ultra HD video-enabled smartphone, tablet or camera.
Generous storage capacities up to 64GB2 mean you won’t run out of the memory you need to work, shoot and share high resolution videos and stills.
This card comes with a convenient SD card adapter, so you can also capture and access data on the card with any device that has an SD card slot. You'll be able to use your memory card with SD enabled cameras, camcorders, tablets, and laptops.
SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I Cards are waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof and temperature proof to protect your memories from life's mishaps. Take your phone or tablet to the snow, to the pool or to the desert. Your card will survive, even if your device doesn't.
The SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I Memory Card is backed by a lifetime limited warranty6. Support also includes RescuePRO® Deluxe data recovery software downloadable offer7 for bringing accidentally deleted images back to life.