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Old May 31st, 2011, 02:39 PM   #7 (permalink)
thel8elvis
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So I suspected that the U8150 almost certainly does support microSDHC (even though there is no logo to indicate that).
Since the specs states that it supports up to 32 GB, and SD is only 2 GB, it stands to reason that it supports SDHC.
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Interesting what you say about the microSDHC speed classes. I was about to buy a 16gb class 4 yesterday, but might look for at least a class 6.
It depends what you want to use the card for. Class 4 is adequate, but faster can be better.
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Battery life is a bit of a disappointment even with a bunch of stuff switched off. I just wish I didn't have to switch things off - seems silly to me.

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How long does your last ? How long do you expect it to last ?

I find it to be adequate to get through the day, which is fairly typical for many smart phones.
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