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General SDHC class 10 32gb

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Sawka, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. Sawka

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    THinking about picking up one of these for my HTC Droid Eris. Microcenter's brand is selling instore for $50 and they offer lifetime replacement. My concern is whether this phone would support the card. I also intend to use the card in the Droid Bionic when it's released; would the card be supported in that phone as well?
    Thanks!
     

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    wow thats a steal of a price for any class 10 especially at 32GB? Are you absolutely sure its class 10? If thats the price you should buy the whole stock as amazon doesn't sell them that cheap, they sell for no less than 90's, and not everyone has produced that class of card yet. you could ebay them all for $75 heh.

    yes, the phone supports it, I have one from amazon I think i paid around the same price but for a 16gb, class 10.

    all android phones support class 10, 16 and 32GB cards.



    I bought this one from amazon, works great:
    http://www.amazon.com/Kingmax-micro...1AIC/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1301866014&sr=8-8
     
  3. Sawka

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    Here's the scanned AD from the sunday paper:
    Class 10 SDHC cards 32GB $52.99 073924
    I'm also skeptical about the price; that's why I'm posting here first for feedback. If you all think it's legit, I'll probably pick it up after work tomorrow.

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    Ah, the issue is that you need a microSD for the Eris, not an SDHC.
     
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