16GB MICRO SD

16GB MICRO SD

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HEY EVERYONE I AM GETTING STRONTIUM 16GB MICROSD CLASS 6 FOR 489 AND TRANSCEND 16GB CLASS 4 FOR 545 I AM HAVING SD CASH AND COUPON
WHAT SHOULD I GO FOR

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Dark horse
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transcend…easily a better brand……also if u r gonna use it in ur mobile a class 6 is really not required….even a class 2 is sufficient (myself using a class2 16 gig) …..jst my personal opinion smile

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dont go for Strontium for sure. Transcend must be better I believe.

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DaRk hor$e wrote:

transcend…easily a better brand……also if u r gonna use it in ur mobile a class 6 is really not required….even a class 2 is sufficient (myself using a class2 16 gig) …..jst my personal opinion smile


I beg to differ toungueout
If you have a smart phone that uses a file explorer, a class 6 and a class 4 will also have a world of difference, let alone class 2.
I personally think you should go for the strontium.

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ya i know all about class just wanted to choose company yes i do have smartphone

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reiziger wrote:

DaRk hor$e wrote:

transcend…easily a better brand……also if u r gonna use it in ur mobile a class 6 is really not required….even a class 2 is sufficient (myself using a class2 16 gig) …..jst my personal opinion smile


I beg to differ toungueout
If you have a smart phone that uses a file explorer, a class 6 and a class 4 will also have a world of difference, let alone class 2.
I personally think you should go for the strontium.


Dude I own a HTC Desire S. I have used both class 6 and class 2

The class designation of SD Cards ONLY represents the sustained WRITE speed to the card in MB/s. So, class 2 means it can be written to at 2MB/s, while class 10 means it can be written to at 10MB/s.

The designation has no reference whatsoever to the read speed of the card. You should be able to get suitable sustained read speeds out of any class 2 or higher SD Card for the purposes you will be using it for. It will just take you longer to transfer the data to it in the first place. As for video recording from your phone, class 2 should should be plenty as I’m pretty sure 720P comes in under 2MB/s. You might need a higher class for 1080p.Cheers smile

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@Dark Horse

Thanks for the insight, bro.