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Galaxy Note 3 128gb SD Card?


Will the Note 3 read a 128gb card? Or is 64gb it's limit? I never heard that it wouldn't read a 128gb card.

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Best answer by smplyunprdctble 25 June 2014, 21:34

http://www.samsung.com/latin_en/consumer/mobile-phones/galaxy-note/galaxy-note/SM-N9000ZWMTPA-spec

says up to 64GB

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http://www.samsung.com/latin_en/consumer/mobile-phones/galaxy-note/galaxy-note/SM-N9000ZWMTPA-spec

says up to 64GB

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I would try one, a lot of times no matter what they say memory cards work.  If you can I would see if anyone you know has one and put it in your phone, then you will see if it reads it or not

I recently purchased a 128G SD card and it works fine for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phone. Amazon has the San Disc for $119

the specs say up to 64 gb, but I have seen guys using the 128 gb on note 2, so it is supposed to work with note 3

they are talking about SanDisk ultra micro SDXC

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As long as the device support XFAT it should support up to 2TB micro sdcards(of course those aren't made yet).

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Actually, my specs match this:

http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones/SM-N900TZWETMB

Press "specs" on the left side.

I have a Quad-core 2.3 GHz Processor.

I think the link he sent is for one of the international versions with Exynos  octa core, doesn't have LTE

Thanks for the info. I thought that it would. I'm getting one today

That's good to know. i wish they would come up with at least a 512gb sd card. Thanks for the info

I suspect that when the Note 3 came out there was only a 64GB available but anything above 32gb would be SDXC (XFAT) so theoretically anything that supports 64GB would support the 128GB.

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stevetjr wrote:



I suspect that when the Note 3 came out there was only a 64GB available but anything above 32gb would be SDXC (XFAT) so theoretically anything that supports 64GB would support the 128GB.


Better to say XFAT supports up to 2TB and there is no reason for any device that doesn't support XFAT will not support 2TB.  the only way it wouldn't be supported is if the card design was changed at some point.  😊


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Better to say XFAT supports up to 2TB and there is no reason for any device that doesn't support XFAT will not support 2TB.  the only way it wouldn't be supported is if the card design was changed at some point. 


True although I can't see physically cramming 2TB into an SD card LOL

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