Like most other memory cards, Samsung's EVO Plus microSD card comes packaged in a cardboard blister pack. The front of the packaging advertises many of the card's key features including its capacity, class rating and rated speeds. The pictures on the front also serve a purpose as they are there to help consumers choose a card based on their intended use. In this case, the pictures suggest that Samsung's EVO Plus microSD card is ideal for tablets.
The back of the packaging provides a bit more information regarding the features and capabilities of Samsung's EVO Plus microSD card. Along with the card's UHS speed class rating, the packaging shows that it is covered by a 10 year warranty and is water, magnet, temperature and x-ray proof.
One of the biggest changes Samsung made to their new line of SD and microSD cards is their appearance. Instead of boring black, they now come in bright, color-coded hues. In the case of Samsung's new EVO Plus card, the top is white and orangish-red in color with a black stripe. It also has a large Samsung logo and clearly shows the capacity, model and UHS speed class.
As you'd expect, Samsung's new microSD card is quite small. It measures 15 x 11 x 1 mm and weighs in at about 0.5g. Nevertheless, the card is surprisingly tough as it can survive up to 72 hours in seawater, endure up to 1500G shocks and protect your data against damage from airport x-ray machines.
Samsung's new microSD card ships with an SD adapter. Simply insert the card into the adapter and you can use it with mobile devices as well as various SD-enabled devices such as digital cameras, laptops, printers etc. This also lets you easily transfer photos, music and video content on your microSD card from mobile devices to a PC or any device with an SD slot.