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    I'm looking to pick a focus, my first windows phone, and will need to upgrade the storage on it. Are there any 16gb cards out there I should avoid or any specific ones you would look for?
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    Thanks for the link. I followed it to the article and then another link there to the sandisk site which lists compatible devices. However they don't have a samsung focus in their list any longer.
    I'll see what I can find with other brands.
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    I have a 32gb Sandisk class 4 in my Focus and so far no problems.
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    Using patriot class 4, no problem.

    Sent from my non mindless sheep iphone Samsung Focus using Board Express
    Make with the WP purchase already one time why dontcha for pete's sake. Honestly.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by baseballbert View Post
    Using patriot class 4, no problem.

    Sent from my non mindless sheep iphone Samsung Focus using Board Express

    Same here
    Lumia 1520
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    Newegg.com - Patriot Signature 16GB Micro SDHC Class 4 Flash Card Model PSF16GMCSDHC43P

    You may find it for a better price someplace else, but I wanted to link here to show the many happy Focus users. : )
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    A couple of years ago, there was a professional camera website that did intensive testing on a lot of flash memory. There were a lot of flash memory sticks that didn't even come close to matching specifications for read and write times. I remember that SanDisk and Lexar were rated the highest. As I recall, I think they rated Lexar over SanDisk. I had never heard of Lexar before. Other memory sticks that were rated high were, Kingston, Corsair and Adata.
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