Best microSD card for Samsung Galaxy Book2

The Samsung Evo Select (opens in new tab) is an inexpensive microSD card with enough speed to make transferring files quick and easy.

Samsung Evo Select

One of the best values per dollar

Why would you want this microSD?

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The Samsung Galaxy Book2 only has one storage option, 128GB. That's not a small amount of storage, and might be enough for many students and workers who use the cloud, but if you have larger entertainment files or photos, you'll want to expand your device's storage.

The Samsung Evo Select is in the fastest class of microSD cards. Its 100MB/s and 90MB/s upload speeds can transfer large files quickly whether you're moving them from your internal hard drive to the microSD card or taking footage or files from another device and placing them onto your Galaxy Book2.

It's important to note that the speeds of the Samsung Evo Select vary on the size of the card you purchase. The speeds we list above come with the 128GB variant of the card.

You can use this microSD card as a permanent storage expansion on the Galaxy Book2 or use it to move files around all of your devices.

Fast and easy file transfers

Using a microSD card provides you with both flexibility and convenience. You can leave the card in your device permanently to expand your storage or use it as portable storage that you can move between devices. Many cameras and phones also work with microSD cards, so being able to physically move your card across devices speeds up file transfers without adding complicated steps.

This is one of the best values you can get when it comes to increasing your Galaxy Book 2.

Windows 10 works well with external storage devices. You can place files, videos, songs, and even many applications on your microSD card. That means you can have more on your device without taking up the built-in storage space on the hard drive.

Alternatives to Samsung Evo Select

The SanDisk Ultra doesn't have the same speeds as the Samsung Evo Select, but it has enough speed to handle many files. It also comes in a wider range of storage size options and price points.

SanDisk Ultra

Slightly slower but still a lot of space

Reasons to buy

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Inexpensive
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Fast upload and download speeds
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Convenient

Reasons to avoid

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Exclusive to Amazon
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Maximum speeds vary on card size

While some people need extremely fast transfer speeds, simply moving smaller files around doesn't require the fastest or most expensive microSD card.

Bottom line

The Samsung Evo Select 128GB microSD card (opens in new tab) has blazing fast speeds but a relatively low price tag. It can handle 4K UHD video files and is the perfect choice for anyone looking to add permanent storage to their Galaxy Book2 or portable storage that they can move between devices.

Sean Endicott
News Writer and apps editor

Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com (opens in new tab).