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[Q] What class sdcard to buy?

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22nd April 2012, 11:37 AM |#31  
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I have a Samsung 32GB class 10. 35€

However, personally I would give allways priority to Class and Speed, more than capability... Mobile phones are dinamic, and you use them in a dinamic way, you don't need them as a long term backup drive, but as something you use everyday.
 
 
24th April 2012, 09:24 AM |#32  
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i`m using Transcend micro SecureDigital HC 8GB (Class 10) TS8GUSDC10 - 10$

+ the coming google drive .. it will be enought
3rd May 2012, 12:38 AM |#33  
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I using 16gb class 4 no complain depend on u.

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3rd May 2012, 04:47 AM |#34  
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I'm using lexar 16gb Class 6. Bought it off from eBay.
Good performance, benchmark is close to a class 10, hovering at ~9mb/s write.
24th May 2012, 09:40 AM |#35  
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recently bought 32gb Lexar class 10 with neat usb dongle (for easier phone to pc connection) - all for 34.90$ (free shipping included) from eBay...

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Lexar Class10 Micro SD Micro SDHC Card 32GB 32G +Reader BULK

(i see it went down a few bucks now)

review - fully satisfied with it even its performance isn't in the range of some sandisk cards... but i get 10mb/s+ write - 16mb/s+ readings in antutu...
24th May 2012, 11:26 AM |#36  
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Yes, I got the same one, few bucks less but exactly the same transfer speeds. Approx 10MB/s write, 16MB/s read. I'm satisfied for the amount of money I paid.
12th June 2012, 02:15 PM |#37  
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To be sure I bought a 32GB class 10 SD Card, and the price was close to the class 6 one of the same capacity... I never regret of my purchase
25th June 2012, 05:29 PM |#38  
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Last week,i just bought a Samsung class 10+ 16gb in the Amazon.it shop at only 18€,while in hitech shops it costs about 40€.Not bad.
25th June 2012, 10:07 PM |#39  
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Quote:
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I using 16gb class 4 no complain depend on u.

Me too but I would recommend a better sd-card class....but for normal use, the 16gb class 4 for 4€ is cool.

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27th June 2012, 07:22 PM |#40  
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I'm using lexar 32GB class 10 and on different benchmark tests got read about 18MB/s and write 8MB/s
28th June 2012, 08:52 AM |#41  
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i use a recycled from the past of my glorious GT-I9000 (dead now i know i know im too sentimental ... but but but ... ahhh whatever)

Sandisk 16gb class 4

still im thinking to upgrade to a 32gb class 6 minimal and use the 16gb on my huawei who has a Hama 2gb class 10 O.o (i wonder more gb or more speed ... still its a U8180 so more gb doesnt hurt)

i would say if you can afford the upper class between 16 and 32 gb then its better

now i wonder if a UHS-I is compatible with O2X

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