Samsung 32GB EVO Plus Class 10 Micro SDHC with Adapter 80mb/s (MB-MC32DA/AM)
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- 80MB/s transfer speed
- Works with Cell phones, Smartphones, Android Tablets, Tablet PCs.
- Great speed and performance for full HD video recording, high resolution pictures, mobile gaming, music and more.
- Water proof, Temperature Proof, X-Ray proof, Magnetic proof
- Compatible with devices with micro SDHC and micro SDxC slots.
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Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet PC with Samsung's EVO 32 GB microSD Memory Card. This high-performance memory card features read speeds of up to 80 MB/s for transferring music, photos, and videos and is UHS-1 enabled to capture Full HD video. Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof, this reliable memory card ensures your files remain safe during life's little mishaps. An included SD adapter lets you use the card with your digital camera, laptop, or desktop computer.Note: Code may be either of them (MB-MC32DA/AM) / MB-MC32GA/EU
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But be sure to authenticate the card upon arrival to make sure it's a genuine Samsung card with the stated capacity. Micro SD cards are a favorite thing for fraudsters to counterfeit because it's cheap and easy to do it. Right now the regular Evo line of Samsung cards (the white and orange colored ones) are the popular cards to counterfeit. Though with these higher grade cards (Evo Plus line with the white and red color scheme) starting to be more popular......well it behooves anyone buying a new SD card to check it's authenticity upon arrival.
What happens is that fraudulent card makers will take a 4GB Class 1 card that costs $1 to make, and hack the control chip that tells the computer what the capacity of the card is so your computer thinks it's a much larger card. Your computer will even try to write well over 4GB of data, but the data doesn't actually go anywhere. It's the same idea as putting a 100 gallon label on a 10 gallon bucket. You can pour 100 gallons into it, but 90 of those gallons are just going to flow out over the top and be lost forever.
Below are some steps to help you ensure that you get a legitimate Samsung card.
❖ For the last several years Samsung has made it's micro SD cards with white plastic. That means the actual card itself behind the colorful label on front is white. You can see the white plastic on the sides. Fake cards are almost always all black, because they are generically produced low cost cards that are given a fancy Samsung looking label on the front. If the card you get it black, it's not a Samsung. White plastic is more expensive to make, and fraudsters are all about doing it cheap. (See my images below of a real Samsung card with the white sides and back showing)
❖ Buy only from reputable vendors. Amazon is a reliable vendor. And if there is a problem, they will take it back without hassle. There are dozens of other 3rd party vendors who are just as trustworthy. But make sure you are buying from one of those. Read their seller feedback. If there are numerous complaints from people who bought fake capacity cards or even cards that didn't work properly, find a different seller.
❖ Make sure the listing looks right. This one is fine. It's a legitimate Samsung card. But scammers will post nearly identical looking listings on Amazon that have cards that look nearly identical buy don't have the Samsung logo at the top. (Recently another scammer replaced Samsung with Sanshen on fake cards. Other than that they were identical. They used the same font any everything, including the A in Samsung that doesn't have the bar in the middle)
❖ Be careful of the price. If the price of the card you are looking at is significantly below the price of other listings for similar capacity cards, something is wrong. One of the biggest tricks scammers play is to make the price WAY lower than it should be in hopes of getting you to spend more time looking at the price tag than looking at the other things that don't add up right on the listing. Unusually low priced flash storage almost never works out well.
❖ Test the card once you buy it! Regardless of who you buy your Micro SD card from or what brand it is, test it out. A thorough way to test it is with a utility app called "h2testw". You can download it free. Just do a search for it on any search engine and you'll find it. That app writes single bit data to the drive until it's full, then it reads that data back to make sure it's readable. It will tell you what the actual capacity of this disk is. The default language on that utility is German, but you can switch to English easily. It is not fast. It will take several hours to test a 256GB card. Just run it overnight and check the results in the morning. This is smart to do even if you have no doubts that you have an authentic Samsung (or other brand name) product. Sometimes things go wrong in manufacturing and quality control and a dud gets through. An app like h2testw will verify that your legitimate brand name card is working properly. And if it's not, you'll know right away while you are still in your 30 day exchange window.
Then when I tried to move files into it, it wouldn't take anything more than about 10GB. Photos would be randomly corrupted, and entire folder contents mysteriously vanishing/being deleted (but the folder itself still intact). Also had extremely slow performance; reformatting took 6+ hours!
These are signs of a bootleg card.
Asked for a replacement, and when I got it, wow the packaging was different.
The replacement had:
-Came with an actual adapter
-The printing is more vibrant, and the big picture in the middle is a thicker sticker than the first card.
-The picture is a tablet, versus a phone on the first card.
-Correctly labeled as MicroSD XC for a 64GB card on the top right of the back, not MicroSD HC on first card.
-"Ideal choice for premium smartphones and tablets".
-English durability text.
-English-first product description text; no Chinese at all.
-10 year warranty instead of 5.
-Recycling/disposal symbols arranged differently.
-The card is MADE IN KOREA.
-The barcode has more information.
Wow get your stuff together Amazon, what the heck?? How did this get in your supply??
I really don't want to start buying electronics from big box retailers for guaranteed genuine items but this is actually the THIRD time in a row I've gotten a bad card from Amazon (it was a Sandisk before this one), and I'm suspecting the one before was a fake now too since it exhibited the exact same symptoms.
Hope this helps anyone out there and took look out of you get these.