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Default What class or speed will the 8120 read up to?

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I want to buy a new media card for my phone but I was wondering if it payed to buy the higher speed class or if the phone could only read up to a certain speed. To further clarify I dont want to say buy a class 6 card when the phone it's self can only read up to a class 4.
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