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Old July 9th, 2011, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im in the process of buying a new SD Card for my phone. I have read that class 4 is reccomended/necessary for Apps2SDand moving the davlik to sd card.. My question is will getting a higher class actually benefit on the Ascend besides transferring files to/from sd card (basically will the phone itself run quicker with a Class 4 vs Class 6 vs Class 10 as its only as fast as the slowest part) Thanks

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Old July 9th, 2011, 09:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Im in the process of buying a new SD Card for my phone. I have read that class 4 is reccomended/necessary for Apps2SDand moving the davlik to sd card.. My question is will getting a higher class actually benefit on the Ascend besides transferring files to/from sd card (basically will the phone itself run quicker with a Class 4 vs Class 6 vs Class 10 as its only as fast as the slowest part) Thanks
Good question. I was kinda wondering that myself. I just ordered a new class 10 Adata, figuring that since it comes with a lifetime warranty, I can use it on a new device later if need be. It's only a few extra bucks, might as well get something that won't be obsolete too soon.
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Old July 9th, 2011, 09:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good question. I was kinda wondering that myself. I just ordered a new class 10 Adata, figuring that since it comes with a lifetime warranty, I can use it on a new device later if need be. It's only a few extra bucks, might as well get something that won't be obsolete too soon.
Yeah thats the same thing i figured.. Curiousity kinda got the better of me though and had to ask..
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yes class 4 or better is recommended, the higher the better and faster
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