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Buying 16 GB micro card for HTC cell phone


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#1 JCII

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 01:36 PM

Hi I just bought a HTC cell phone on Verizon and want to put a 16 GB card in it to upgrade the memory. I think as long as it is SDHC should be ok. When looking for this there are all different prices and even the same card a SanDisk 16 GB I saw 3 different model numbers for all different prices. There is class 2 and class 4. Prices from about $42 to $110.

Are there really big differences in these cards. Are they all compatible with my phone? (HTC Ozone).

Or should I just buy the cheapest one?


Any info on the differences in these card would be appreciated.

Jeff

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Posted 24 July 2009 - 01:45 PM

Hi I just bought a HTC cell phone on Verizon and want to put a 16 GB card in it to upgrade the memory. I think as long as it is SDHC should be ok. When looking for this there are all different prices and even the same card a SanDisk 16 GB I saw 3 different model numbers for all different prices. There is class 2 and class 4. Prices from about $42 to $110.

Are there really big differences in these cards. Are they all compatible with my phone? (HTC Ozone).

Or should I just buy the cheapest one?


Any info on the differences in these card would be appreciated.

Jeff

All the cards are compatible since they are all SDHC. The only different in class is the speed(high class= faster card). Brands don't generally make much of a different. Personally I stay from Kingston and SanDisk but that's me.(They generally aren't the fastest cards on the block) I use OCZ, and PNY and have never had any issues.
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Posted 24 July 2009 - 07:24 PM

Thanks for the info.

Jeff




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