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Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

32 gb micro sd card.

I was looking for a 32 gb micro sd card but i saw multiple brands with different classes and i was wondering if any of you know which card has a good transfer rate since it would be for a samsung galaxy s2.

Thanks


lurkmonkey
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»www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDHC ··· 10+UHS-1

Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC

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Thanks , it's exactly what i was looking for.

Thanks


mastsethi

join:2012-05-26
reply to Mont
Brings me back to the same question. How to choose between the classes of the cards? Are the high class cards always better?


darcilicious
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Does this article help explain? »sdcard-speed-guide.articles.r-tt ··· -tt.com/
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Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC
Thanks for the link.


mastsethi

join:2012-05-26
reply to darcilicious
said by darcilicious:

Does this article help explain? »sdcard-speed-guide.articles.r-tt ··· -tt.com/

No, that's a general explanation.

I want to know whether a class 4 or class micro SD card would be better for my Droid.


sk1939
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join:2010-10-23
Mclean, VA
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Class 4 would work just fine for your Droid. Class 10 is only needed if your shooting full frame 1080P video, or high speed photography (due to the speeds and amount of data involved).


aurgathor

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I wouldn't get anything less than class 10, which seem to be the norm now.

I have a Sansa Fuze (224x176) and it would not work with a class 4, 16 GB uSD card (freezes within 0 to 15 sec) but no problem with any other (all class 10) cards. Said class 4 cards has been tested over and over again in several other devices and PCs, and aside from being slower than class 10's, no problem were ever found.
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mastsethi

join:2012-05-26
reply to sk1939
said by sk1939:

Class 4 would work just fine for your Droid. Class 10 is only needed if your shooting full frame 1080P video, or high speed photography (due to the speeds and amount of data involved).

Are you sure? In the reviews, I read people saying that there wasn't any lag while accessing the card(class 10) and video playback was smooth.


sk1939
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There shouldn't be any lag with a Class 10, only a class 4.

Mont

join:2006-05-02
Saint-Leonard, QC
Thanks , i bought it yesterday and it works perfectly , the problem though is that my laptop doesn't read it so i have to check for an update now.


Gavin5

join:2012-10-03
canada
reply to Mont
I think SanDisk micro sd card has a good transfer rate. It can be good for samsung galaxy s2.


Boricua
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join:2002-01-26
Sacramuerto
reply to Mont
For anyone getting a microSD, I recommend anything above a Class 6, Class 10 preferable if the price is right.
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