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Default SanDisk Ultra Class 10 SD Cards

@HCdroid posted this... Thought I'd share. Much better deal than the 32GB sandisk class 4 I just bought last week... SMH

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=24344027

[One-Day Amazon Gold Box Deal] SanDisk Ultra Class 10 SD Cards

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These are full size cards and will not work with the Amaze I believe (we use micro-sd). Correct me if I`m wrong though.
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Yeah I looked at pic and just saw slot in the bottom so I assumed it was a micro that came with an adapter... I was wrong yet again :banghead:

I'm still gonna get the 64GB to put in my 32GB Toshiba Thrive... ~100GB will be plenty

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I saw your post on Android-Dev first. I responded over there with the same thing these guys said. Almost a great find though. I'd love to get a class 10 64 GB micro-SD for $50.
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32 GB Google Nexus 5 - Stock 4.4.2 - Rooted
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Motorola Xoom (Wifi) - 4.4.2 OmniRom - 32 GB Class 4 SanDisk card
HTC Glacier (MyTouch 4G) - sold
HTC T-Mobile G1 - GinSense v1.0
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Other than read/write speeds when hooked up to a computer, is there any other benefit to getting a class 10 card? I have a 16GB class 4 card in my phone, and it works fine when it is in the phone, ie: I don't have any sort of lag when playing music stored on the sd card, etc.
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Other than read/write speeds when hooked up to a computer, is there any other benefit to getting a class 10 card? I have a 16GB class 4 card in my phone, and it works fine when it is in the phone, ie: I don't have any sort of lag when playing music stored on the sd card, etc.
Well, you need a class 6 at least for 1080p recording... Class 4 can only do 720p. And do a backup once on your class 4... Then do a backup on a class 10... You would be shocked how slow the class 4 is. Same goes for copying files

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Well shoot, I didn't know that about the video recording. Looks like I am gonna have to get me a higher class card now to take advantage of the video on this thing!

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