Samsung put a ton of storage inside the Galaxy Note 9, with 128GB being the low-end and 512GB being the high-end. This means that many people probably won't need to expand the storage capacity of their new smartphone. But Samsung did still include the micro SD card slot, so you can do just that. So you might as well take advantage of it. You can add – at the time of writing this – up to 400GB of storage with a micro SD card. Though Samsung is planning to announce a 512GB model in the next few weeks. That means you can have 528GB of storage on the base-model, or 912GB of storage on the high-end model. Just short of a terabyte. That is pretty insane, to say the least. Now we've rounded up the top 10 best micro SD cards that are available for the Galaxy Note 9, and they are all listed below.
One of our top picks is definitely the SanDisk Ultra 400GB micro SD card, which has actually dropped in price recently and can be had for under $100 these days. This is going to add a ton of storage to your Galaxy Note 9. And it's going to be good for keeping music, pictures and much more on your Galaxy Note 9. It is also A1-certified, which means it can run apps at the same speed as the internal storage of your smartphone. Unfortunately, Samsung does not allow users to store apps on the micro SD card, but this will also work in other smartphones that do – like the Moto Z3.
The Galaxy Note 9 is likely the first phone where no one will say that they are running out of storage. And that's a good thing, and something users have been asking for, for years. If you haven't already picked up a Galaxy Note 9, you can do so by hitting the link below.