Micro SD size
This is a discussion on Micro SD size within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; I hope I can explain this the best I can for everyone to understand:
Speed Class Ratings is the minimum write speed based on "the ...
I hope I can explain this the best I can for everyone to understand:
Speed Class Ratings is the minimum write speed based on "the best Fragmented state where no memory unit is Occupied"
some common examples are:
Class 2: 16mbit/s-2MB/s
Class 4: 32 mbits/s - 4MBs
Class 6: 48 Mbit/s - 6MBs
Class 10: 80 Mbit/s -10MBs (this is new)
In applications that require sustained write throughput, such as HQ video recording, having an Class that does not match the speed of the camera it will not work.
So in the sense of the nexus, our video recording is 720×480 pixels at 20fps thus needing only a class 2. This can be very confusing, alot of people think the higher the class the faster the programs will run on the card, this is not really the case, its all about the "copying" end of those cards.
I hope I was clear its hard to explain this crap through a keyboard. lol
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Note real world figures toward end of review. Better yet, although they were testing a new card, would have been same manufacturer, different speed cards.
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