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Tips sandisk microsd 32GB class 10

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by elithe1, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. elithe1

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    Hi,
    have somebody tried this class 10 card?
    Is it working properly?
    or should I stick to the old class 4 card?

    thx
     

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    I recently purchased a 16gb sandisk class 6 card and it works perfectly. I haven't had any issues. I don't see why the class 10 wouldn't work without issues.

    Though I have heard with phones, not sure about tablets, anything over class 4 may not really make a difference.
     
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    I believe the class rating refers to how fast the card can be written to. When the files on the card are read by your device, it occurs at a much slower speed. Older cards with lower ratings should work as well as the new in this regard. The write-to speed probably matters more in a camera, especially video recording.
     
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    I have a class 10 32gb in my GT2 but I knew there was no benefit to it. I got it because it was on sale and figured why not. Yes, I think class 10 are mainly for DSLR cameras and shooting video. A class 4 or 6 should be plenty sufficient for the tablet.
     

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