Am I imagining things?


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  1. ciden

    ciden Member This Topic's Starter

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    This evening I remember that I had a 4GB Micro SD card around somewhere at home. Found it, inserted, formatted and transferred data from the 'old' 2GB unit that came with the phone.

    Now - am I imagining things, but the phone seems to be running a bit faster. I think the card I inserted is a class 2. Now if a class 2 performs like this, the class 6 cards must take it to a new level of improved speed. If it's not the class of card, is it the capacity that influences speed?

    How exactly does the read/write speed influence the general workings/speed/process of the phone?
     

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  2. Hellwÿck

    Hellwÿck Well-Known Member

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    If the Hero is using the card (or part of it) as a buffer zone to store information then the more buffer zone stores more info (like RAM) makes the phone work faster.
     
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    prepbgg Well-Known Member

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    [quote="Hellw
     
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    ticho Well-Known Member

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    You probably won't find anything unles HTC releases detailed device specs. Something could perhaps be found in the linux kernel source they use, but somehow I doubt this is done on kernel level.
     
  5. Hellwÿck

    Hellwÿck Well-Known Member

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    You've just misquoted me...

    I never said it was a fact, I said IF the Hero uses the card as buffer...
     

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