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Max supportes SDcard Specs?

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Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Hi, thinking on Android 6 and new SD card support to use as internal storage I'm looking for a faster microSD card.

I see Samsung Pro and Samsung Pro+, both from 64Gb.

The difference is that the first one is SD class 10 U1, and the Pro+ U3.

The PRO version (U1) can read up to 90Mb/s and write up to 80Mb/s

The PRO+ (U3) can read up to 95Mb/s and write up to 90Mb/s


but, does the Xperia Z2 can handle the U3 SD cards? or the Samsung Pro U1 version should be enough

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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Go with the U1 but that's my opinion



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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

It can handle both, you will be able to record 4k and slowmotion to the sd card, only the u3 will be a little bit faster with things like moving apps to or from your sd card.
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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Hi @eXPerience,

 

All Xperia™ devices support the SD™ bus mode UHS-I, which is compatible with SD™ card speed class 2, 4, 6, and 10, UHS Speed Class 1 (UHS1) and UHS Speed Class 3 (UHS3). The actual write speed may vary depending on how data is written by the application. It is up to application to take full advantage of the cards given speed class.

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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Hi
Can you list xperia devices that support bus mode UHS-II?
I'm about to change my class 10 sdcard into UHS speed class 3. Just wondering if my xperia z5 compact support UHS-II or not
Sony Xperia Support
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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Hi @Sidek94,

 

The information that is currently available to mse only mentions bus mode USH-I so I will have to get more information about bus mode UHS-II. I'll let you know as soon as I know anything new. Slightly smiling Face

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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

Do you have any updates on the UHS-II/UHS-III support?

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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

@xperimenter@Sidek94 Sorry for the late reply about this. UHS-I is the only bus mode that is supported by Xperia devices according to the information that is available to me.

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Re: Max supportes SDcard Specs?

 Does this mean UHS-II or UHS-III cards won't work in Xperia C5? Will buying these cards over UHS-I Card will make any difference in speed?