Cheapest Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Price in Singapore is
The Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I price in Singapore is from Lazada. Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I price details are updated February 2019.
Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Specs
Release Date in Singapore
Ultra microSDHC UHS-I 16GB
Flash card type
Flash memory class
Internal memory type
Reviews of Sandisk Ultra Plus Ultra microSDHC UHS-I
Reviewed on 2015-09-21
Most capacious microSD card ever. Fast enough for 4K video.
Expensive per gigabyte. Not fast compared with competition
The 200GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-I is the most spacious microSD card in the universe. It's an amazing feat of engineering—this card can hold 200GB of data, and it can fit inside your nostril. (Don't inhale!) It isn't the fastest card out there, and y...
Incredible amount of add-on memory for mobile devices that can accept it, reasonable price
Not all devices will be able to accept the 128GB SanDisk MicroSDXC, so be sure to check with your manufacturer
If my mobile device were an iPhone or a flagship Windows Phone (like the Nokia Lumia 1020), then whatever the internal memory was — be it 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB — that would be the memory limit of the device. Those devices don't offer an option for adding ex...
Very good performance, Android app ready to download, Red and gray in color unlike standard cards
Didn't hit the rated speeds for UHS cards
So I'm back again with another microSD card review, I'm gathering quite a collection aren't I? Today for review I've got a SanDisk microSDHC card but this one is sort of special as it's a UHS card or ultra high speed. It's a class 10 so you can expect it ...
Need more space on your Android phone or tablet? Of course you do. Even with the number of apps and services moving users to the cloud, nothing beats having a bunch of local storage for pictures, videos, games, and apps. Assuming your Android device allow...
I've got a 16GB microSD card that I primarily use in my phone for local music playback. It's about half full - I really only keep my most recent music picks and a workout playlist on it, and stream everything else. Which brings us to a bit of a hiccup ...