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1st October 2014, 06:11 AM   |  #21  
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I have the Sandisk Extreme Plus 64GB, the Ultra 128GB and Samsung Pro 64GB. Benched all three and the Ultra is definitely the slowest by a good margin. The Sandisk Extreme Plus was slightly quicker on reads than the Samsung (50Mbps read / 40 Mbps write) , but the Samsung was a bit quicker on writes (45Mbps read / 45 Mbps write). The Samsung seemed to be more consistent as well. This was using A1 SD Bench. Not going to swap out cards and run them all again so you'll just have to take my word for it.

The Sandisk Mobile Ultra(now Sandisk renames it to Ultra 200x) is definitely the slowest one and you can also see that from the price range, it is just a very cheap card. On the other hand, there is also a couple of models of Sandisk Mobile Extreme like 300x, 400x, 533x so it depends which one you are talking about. The Sandisk Extreme Plus I believe is the old name of 300x/400x/533x. There is also a Sandisk Mobile Extreme pro 633x now.

Furthermore, Sandisk usually used not only one production line and the speed usually is different.
1st October 2014, 06:16 AM   |  #22  
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The Sandisk Mobile Ultra(now Sandisk renames it to Ultra 200x) is definitely the slowest one and you can also see that from the price range, it is just a very cheap card. On the other hand, there is also a couple of models of Sandisk Mobile Extreme like 300x, 400x, 533x so it depends which one you are talking about. The Sandisk Extreme Plus I believe is the old name of 300x/400x/533x. There is also a Sandisk Mobile Extreme pro 633x now.

Furthermore, Sandisk usually used not only one production line and the speed usually is different.

Yeah they've gone through a few naming schemes and it's SUPER confusing. They DO now have a Extreme plus 64GB! They used to not have it. I believe they also had 2 different SKU's for Sandisk Extreme Plus cards, not sure what the difference was.

Very confusing.
1st October 2014, 10:25 PM   |  #23  
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I have this item. http://www.lexar.com/microsd-633x

Lexar 64GB 633x microSD. It comes with a nice and small USB 3.0 reader on its own. I got 70MB/s read and 70MB/s write on computer with ATTO Benchmark, plugged in USB 3.0 port. Of course the speeds will be lower on Z2, compared to these. But it's still an amazing card.
11th February 2015, 04:13 AM   |  #24  
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Have anyone tried Sony's 64GB microSDXC Memory Card UHS-I Class 10 Model: SR-64UXA with 95MBPS speed???
11th February 2015, 06:01 AM   |  #25  
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I don't know about Samsung cards, but from personal experience the Strontium Nitro 566X is faster than the Sandisk UItra.
Shame that I can't use the sdcard for apps without root/custom rom lol
11th February 2015, 07:14 AM   |  #26  
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But u can after rooting and/or after updating to Lollipop!
Google wanted to popularize its cloud service and it failed to do so but it definitely increased the internet usage in India :P
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26th February 2015, 01:45 PM   |  #27  
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I bought Sony MicroSd and got reading speed of 44mbps and write speed of 25mbps
On my Z2 and it's much faster via adapter on my laptop

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