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SanDisk 16GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter – 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card – SDSQUAR-016G-GN6MA

(13 customer reviews)

Ideal for Android Smartphones and Tablets, and MIL Cameras
Capacities up to 512GB (1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes; Actual user storage less) to store even more hours of Full HD video (Approximations; Results and Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based on host device, file attributes and other factors)
Up to 98MB/s transfer read speed (Based on internal testing; Performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors) lets you move up to 1000 photos in a minute (Based on 4.1GB transfer of photos (avg. file 3.5MB) with USB 3.0 reader; Results may vary based on host device, file attributes and other factors)
Load apps faster with A1 rated performance (A1 Performance is 1500 read IOPS, 500 write IOPS; Based on internal testing; Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors)
Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback (Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors)
SanDisk Memory Zone app for Easy file management (Download and Installation Required)
10 year limited manufacturer warranty
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The SanDisk Ultra microSD UHS-I card gives you the freedom to shoot, save and Share more than ever before. It is perfect for recording and watching Full HD video,(2) with room for even more hours of video. Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s help you move all your content blazingly fast—up to 1000 photos in just one minute.(6) Ideal for Android-based smartphones and tablets, this card’s A1 rating means that you can load apps faster too.(1) And, with capacities up to 512GB capacity, this card lets you capture and store more than ever before. | 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. | [for 64GB-512GB] Up to 100MB/s read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. [for 16GB-32GB] Up to 98MB/s read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. | (1) A1 performance is 1500 read IOPS, 500 write IOPS. Based on internal testing. Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors. | (2) Full HD (1920×1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors. See official SanDisk website. | (3) Card only. See official SanDisk website. | (5) Download and installation required. See official SanDisk website. | (6) Based on 4.1GB transfer of photos (avg. file 3.5MB) with USB 3.0 reader. Results may vary based on host device, file attributes and other factors.

Specification: SanDisk 16GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter – 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card – SDSQUAR-016G-GN6MA

Weight 0.353 lbs
Dimensions 0.04 × 0.59 × 0.43 in

13 reviews for SanDisk 16GB Ultra microSDHC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter – 98MB/s, C10, U1, Full HD, A1, Micro SD Card – SDSQUAR-016G-GN6MA

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  1. Jeffrey Fahndrich

    Top card doesn’t work / Bottom card works. Bought the top card June 18 2018 for a Nintendo Switch and the games would download to 99% and then suddenly I’d get an error. When these cards went on sale recently I bought a new one just to see if it was the card. I could not BELIEVE how different the fonts were! Check out photo. Also the color of the bad card is off (slightly more purple and less red). Sure enough, I was able to download games to the new card without incident. The real product works great but I just can’t justify giving 5 stars when I had this experience. Buyer beware!Read more

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  2. Kevin

    I had this for my dash cam for about 6 months, worked fine then it suddenly went out, the computer wont even read it anymore… I emailed about the warranty (10 years) I got told dash cams void the warranty,, I just read the entire warranty and this site as of 8/5/2018 and there is nothing about dash cams voiding warranty… I wont be buying another one due to the customer support.Read more

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  3. mingAZ

    Bought two. Both averaged 14MB/s and would burst to about 20MB/s. Nowhere near the 98MB/S claimed. Tried to return same day received (after working with them for 90 minutes, and amazon wouldn’t stating “This item note qualified for return.”Read more

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  4. M. Olayan

    Card dead on arrival. Immediate write errors and card cannot be formated. This is my first time ever having issues with an AD card.Read more

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  5. S Trent

    I always use SanDisk and think they are top-notch. However, beware of fakes! I got an obvious fake microSD card, and the retail package had obviously been opened before I received it.Read more

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  6. JJCEO

    I got this 128 GIG card to use with my tablets. So far it has worked perfectly in my testing. I always keep a couple of spares around for my future buys and I seem to give a lot of my SD cards away to family and friends. I picked up this 128 GIG at a great price and I just couldn’t pass it up. I own about 100 SD cards and I always do a speed test to verify the reading and writing speeds before I install the memory. This card checked out extremely well. The fastest write speed on this card was 73.143 MB/Sec and the fastest reading speed was 93.368 MB/Sec. I have attached the graphical test data for your information. I used a USB 3.0 port with a USB 3.0 card reader for the test. Overall, this card worked well and I rated it five stars. If I have any future issues I will update my review. I hope my review and photo of the test data helps you. Out of 100 plus SD cards I have purchased from Sandisk I have only had one fail. With Sandisk’s 10 year warranty they replaced it and sent me a new one at no charge. That is the advantage when you purchase high tech from a top company that stands behind their product. I simply called them and returned the old chip and they sent me a new one. I am amazed at how well these work and how low the price has gotten on a sale day. Putting one of these into your phone or tablet is a wonderful upgrade to the device’s storage capability. Almost no one needs a 128 GIG chip but at sales prices you can’t pass up getting them. This is a great product and it makes your smart devices even more powerful. This is a simple and easy upgrade for your smart devices.Read more

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  7. OML

    Beware of fake cards. The capacity shown on fake cards can be modified to show a size greater than what it actually is. Ex. A fake 256GB card having only 32GB instead. Some unknowing person could use the card without knowing it was fake and find that the data was corrupted when it got past 32GB or encounter a very very slow transfer rate past a certain point. To check if the card you bought is legit or not use FakeFlashTest (fast) and H2testw (slower but thorough). This will delete the content on your card so backup whatever you have before using it. The speed and pictures I got from my legit 256GB card are attached. Your results may vary. The product code is edited out for product support issues.Read more

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  8. TonyDC

    Dead on Arrival. I was never able to format it. The worse part was that when I tried to pull it out from my laptop card reader, I burned my fingers touching it! The card was extremely hot. I took it out using a piece of cloth and once it cooled off, I could see that part of the adapter was melted. If I would had leave it plugged in more time it could have easily caused a fire. I have been using memory cards a lot, this is the first time something like this happened to me.Read more

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  9. brandon marino

    You can see from the screenshot I linked. The sd card starts corrupting data at 32gbs. This card is clearly a rebranded 32gb card with a false reporting controller. Be careful, test your cards.Read more

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  10. MH

    Class A1 pour une lecture rapide et ouverture des apps plus réactive sur smartphone. Le problème est que j’ai reçue une copie (fake) au lieu de l’originale. Sur l’original, l’opercule de sécurité est blanc, pas transparent et l’adaptateur SD n’a pas de relief (comme montré sur la page de l’article). En copie, les deux photos prises du produit reçu ainsi que la capture de l’adaptateur SD sur la page produit. Le SC Amazon m’envoie une nouvelle Micro SD et devrait investiguer le problème (merci à eux).Read more

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  11. Antecessor

    Adquirí esta tarjeta por tener la mejor relación capacidad/precio, entre las tarjetas de marca fiable, que encontré: 64 GB por 19,90 € en julio de 2018. A lo largo del tiempo he ido descartando alguna marcas de tarjetas (marcas que serán muy buenas en móviles pero poco fiables en esto) por problemas de corrupción y pérdida de datos recurrentes, en varias unidades. Esto no me ha pasado nunca ni con Kingston ni con Sandisk, son las dos marcas en las que confío y entre las que selecciono por simple criterio de capacidad, velocidad y precio. Sobre velocidad de escritura para el uso general la de esta tarjeta es más que suficiente, Cl. 10 y U1, que garantiza el uso en grabación de video FHD. En mi caso no era una prioridad, de las dos tarjetas que he comprado una va en un móvil y la otra en un lector de mp3, prima más la capacidad que la velocidad (entendiendo que es suficiente para estos usos). Una mayor velocidad puede ser crítica si utilizamos una cámara réflex o de alta gama tirando fotos a ráfagas en formato RAW, o en usos más triviales, cuando queremos cargar pelis para ver en una tablet con frecuencia y no tenemos mucha paciencia esperando a que se tranfieran GB de datos. Aprovecho para aclarar qué significan las cifras sobre velocidad que suelen aparecer en estas tarjetas: · El 10 dentro de una C (clase 10) es la velocidad de escritura en MB/s, en este caso 10 MB/s. Típicamente se han encontrado clases 2, 4, 6, 8 y 10. Hoy en día casi todo lo que está a la venta es Clase 10, como se ha dicho el estándar exigible para grabar vídeo en Full HD en nuestra cámara o móvil. No hay clases superiores por esta clasificación. A esta velocidad de grabación pasar a la tarjeta una película HD en mkv de unos 2,5 GB nos llevará aproximadamente 4 minutos. · El 1 dentro de una U significa que es UHS Speed Class 1. Esta cifra es un múltiplo de la referencia Clase 10, por tanto 1 x 10 MB/S. Se utiliza en tarjetas SDHC y SDXC, con un estándar diferente que sólo está activo cuando se conecta en un dispositivo de lectura-escritura compatible que permite mayores velocidades, múltiplos de la de referencia Cl. 10. Si en una tarjeta tuviéramos un 3 dentro de la U, ésta garantizaría 3 x 10 MB/s, por tantto 30 MB/s. En ese caso la misma película tardaría en pasarse aproximandamente 1 minuto 20 segundos. Con esta Clase 10 U-1 en uso no he pasado de 10 MB/s, pero se ha mantenido muy cerca de éstos de forma sostenida. Es lo que promete el estándar con el que se vende y no se puede exigir más. En el blister se prometen 100 MB/s. Puede que los consiga en ciertas condiciones o con ciertos dispositivos de escritura que tengan el estándar “A1” que también vemos impreso en la tarjeta y que ya no es tan estándar, pero en en el caso general no se conseguirá. El formato de serie es exFAT, la variante de FAT32 que permite archivos de más de 4 GB. Puede que el móvil de algún usuario no lo soporte. Basta con formatearla en un PC a FAT32. De momento funciona muy bien. Si falla lo reportaré aquí mismo y corregiré mi valoración. Para uso general en teléfonos y grabar video FHD es una elección estupenda. Quien quiera utilizarla para grabar vídeo 4K seguramente no tenga problemas, pero quizás debería buscar una UHS Speed Class 3 (un 3 en la U) para asegurarse. ———————- Aparte de comentar el producto, veo comentarios que hacen dudar sobre la autenticidad de la tarjeta, parece que algún comprador ha recibido productos que no son exactamente el esperado. Cuando ocurre algo así, es útil que los comentarios identifiquen el vendedor al que se ha adquirido el producto, lo que permite esquivarlo en la compra de otros usuarios. Recomiendo de todas formas seleccionar siempre vendedores con buena valoración, 5* y respaldada por muchas valoraciones, y en caso de duda, adquirir a Amazon directamente.Read more

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  12. Rahul K.

    Definitely Sandisk… My first 32gb samsumg memory card is corrupted in two months, and the Sandisk is far away from it. I’m using this memory card from last year and it’s working as mentioned.Read more

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  13. Grahame E, Surrey

    I recently bought a NextBase DashCam to replace an old camera that had failed, I put my memory card from my old camera into the Nextbase one but I was having some odd issues with it that I reported to NextBase. They identified that the memory card I was using was the reason I was having issues and recommended a SanDisk product. I ordered this card and it has been the solution to the issues I had, my DashCam now works faultlessly. The card arrived next day and was shipped with a Micro SD card adapter. The old card is a SanDisk but was not one that could write data at the speeds the dashcam uses. Overall have had and will continue to use SanDisk drives they have always been reliable and trustworthy, I have had Kingston and Samsung disks that have failed and lost data, never had an issue like this with SanDisk.Read more

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