Question about ZTE Cell Phones
It doesn't really matter, unless you shoot a lot of video. The class merely specifies the speed of the card. If you do shoot a lot of video, get class 6 or higher. Otherwise, you may as well get the least expensive.
Posted on Dec 31, 2016
From my experiences, there is no need to do such things with your Micro SD cards when you merely want to use your phone to hold some pictures, documents and files. But, if you do really want to hold many videos, films and the like large files, you can also go select one with class 6 or higher one.
Overall, no matter what your situation is, always save memory card data backups well to avoid file loss troubles.
Read more phone memory card file recovery information over the internet, if necessary.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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