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  1. Cotton123

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    What brand is the removable sd card for this phone? Cant seem to find it anywhere and am just curious.
     

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    Mine is a Kingston class 4. I suspect they may have several choices on their AVL/BOM. Anyways just remove the back cover, lift the battery and slide out the card at the top right and there it is!! :)
     
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    Maybe I am missing something on it because I cant make out a brand like my others. Says MicroSD HC Class 4 16GB. I'll snap a pic and post it to make it easier in a few. Thanks for your help :)
     
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    :hmmmm2: hmmm.... yeah.... it imust be one of the many/other types.

    Mine looks like this...
     

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    Mine's just like Andr01d's.
     
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    I ditched the OEM and dropped in a Lexar 32GB Class 10 card.
     
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    Mine was a Sandisk. Swapped it for a Samsung class 10
     
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    As for the OEM, I recall mine looked like Cotton's - a no name one. that HTC probably got a bulk deal on.
     
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    I replaced mine with a 32 when I bought the phone. I was just curious because I am trying to figure value. I am trying to sell my fiance's phone which didnt come with one and was going to through that in. She just got the rezound after having to buy out of another provider and pay for the phone.
    Thanks for the input on the card though. Seems like a cheapo from the looks of it lol. Again thanks and I appreciate the help
     
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    I doubt you'll see any difference in what people will pay for the SD card used, based on the brand. If you didn't have to pop the back of the phone off to get to the SD card, I'd recommend keeping it as a spare, but since HTC for whatever reason (most likely for durability reasons) decided to make getting at the SD card a chore, I'd just include it with the phone you're selling and use the card as a selling point. The maker of the card shouldn't fetch more $$.
     
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    I still have my old Eris as a toy for the girlfriend's niece. I plan on getting a 32G, Class 10 card for my Rezound, at which point I'll swap the old 16G into the Eris. But I started to wonder, is the Eris capable of using a high-speed 16G? I remember when cards started to get labeled "HC" and some devices were not compatible. Does this go for speed class as well? I'll ask over on the Eris forum too, but wondered if anyone here has done the same thing already and maybe had some answers.

    Edit: No, my 16G in the Rezound is not a Class 10, but if they're cheap enough maybe I'd get one of those instead for the Eris.
     
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