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Is that the OG Evo or the LTE? My scores are better than that with my class 4...

EDIT: My scores reflect the internal SD. Attached are the scores for my class 4.




This is the internal speeds. There's no comparison.

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Is that the OG Evo or the LTE? My scores are better than that with my class 4...

EDIT: My scores reflect the internal SD. Attached are the scores for my class 4.




This is the internal speeds. There's no comparison.

It's the LTE..The bottom pic is ur class 4? If so, holy shizz!! What brand of sd is that u got there? I do remember getting better speeds on my 32gb kingston class 4 and thats with the typical 2048kb buffer size on both of course.
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No, the bottom pic is the phone's internal storage. If that was ever an external, then I wouldn't care to get a new one....ever.
 
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought that the EVO lte can only support up to 32G cards.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought that the EVO lte can only support up to 32G cards.

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it'll handle 64GB as well
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Confirmed. I use a SanDisk 64gb

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New Evo 4G LTE owner here. Just came across this today:
http://www.amazon.com/Transcend-Micr...pr_product_top

Yep, that's a 64GB Class 10 MicroSDXC card for $38, reportedly faster than SanDisk. I just ordered it, will report on it soon
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Update: SanDisk 64Gb class 10 is now $37.95 and the 32Gb is $19.99 http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009QZH7BU
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