Samsung Pro Plus, Evo Plus SD cards have been launched at four storage prices.

Samsung Pro Plus and Evo Plus SD cards have been unveiled. Durable SD cards are aimed at content creators, photo enthusiasts and general consumers. Pro Plus cards offer sequential read and write speeds of up to 100MBps and 90MBps, respectively, while Evo Plus offers transfer speeds of up to 100MBps. SD cards are offered in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, and 264GB storage variants. Both Pro Plus and Evo Plus will be available this month.

Samsung Pro Plus and Evo Plus SD cards are water-proof, temperature-proof, X-ray-proof, magnet-proof, shock-proof, drop-proof and wear-proof. According to Samsung they can withstand drops up to five meters and swipes up to 10,000. They come with a 10 year limited warranty.

Pro Plus SD card enables 4K UHD video recording and burst shots. According to Samsung, this makes it an ideal product for professional photographers, cinematographers and YouTubers. The Evo Plus, meanwhile, also promises smooth playback when editing 4K videos.

SD cards can be used on a variety of devices, including DSLR cameras, mirrorless and compact cameras, camcorders and PCs. Samsung says that the SD cards are designed with maximum durability in mind. Both SD cards have a UHS-I interface and a Class 10 rating.

Dr. Mike Mang, Vice President of Samsung’s Memory Brand Product Biz Team, said in a prepared statement: . “Samsung Pro Plus and Evo Plus have gone out of their way with SD cards, providing an extra layer of protection for intensive use and enduring the most difficult situations.”

Although Samsung has not announced any pricing details, a report from Engadget states that the 32GB Evo Plus will be priced at $ 7 (approximately Rs. 513) and the 256GB model will be priced at $ 40 (approximately Rs. 2,931). The Pro Plus, meanwhile, will be available for 32 10 (around Rs. 733) for the 32GB variant and $ 50 (around Rs. 3,665) for the 256GB variant.

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