Originally Posted by Screech
I do lots of transfers to/from the PC. That is where most of my media is. Phones still can't match the capacity of a PC, drives in mine are just shy of having 5TB, so I'm often rotating media in and out of my phone to keep it "fresh".
Maybe if I get bored I can still that old C2 in there and do some pic timing test, the retest with the C10. I know that on the Aino there was a big difference in the time between taking a pic and being able to take the next. With a 2.5 year old you need a fast camera or you always miss something. Again though, this is my first venture into Android and I've not had the phone a week yet. Maybe Android uses the ram for caching better than the Aino, I don't know.
As I said, for those who transfer a lot of data, as you do, you will most likely see the benifit of a class 10 card. But some users don't transfer that much, and so can't justify the extra expense.
Going on nztechfreaks info, 1080p video recording to an sd card is about the hardest thing the sd card has to do 'in house' and for that, class 2 is sufficient, apparently.
So it remains, (it seems) that if you intend to combine your phone with a pc for media transfer in a regular basis, then you could well gain from investing in a higher class sd card.