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Default Wildfire SD card

I am planning to replace my 2GB class 2 microSD card, and came across to this Kingmax 8GB class10.

I am wondering if Wildfire can actually supports class 10 microSD card?
 
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I dont see why not.
 
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whats the point for class 10? Oo
such a waste of money.. my god...
unless its a 700$ camera dont do that Oo
take class 4...
and 16gb
 
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See something about class 10. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=741060

I have class 4, 8GB and phone is quite fast. I think that class number is not that important, but 2 and 8 GB is big diference.
 
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It should work but one thing you might want to check into. Most class 10 cards have a excellent write but slow read. Personally, I think you're better off with a class 6 to get the best of both read and writes.
 
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I have an 8gb class 4 and that works fine for me
 
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Just upgraded to a 8gb class 4 a few days ago and working great so far with openfire
 
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Just bought a Kingston 8gb class 4, works fine!
 
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I use 8gb left from my nokia e51, just formated it. Works fine.
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Upgraded to a 16gb class 4 card. I'm getting transfer speeds of 8 to 10 mbps when copying stuff from my comp. Apps like poweramp work smoothly whereas with the 2gb card that came with the phone, playback was a bit choppy.

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