The time has come for us to have a look at another new ADATA product. This time it is something different – microSDXC cards. As the title suggests, these are part of the XPG gaming lineup that offers good quality products at more affordable prices.
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Let us now check the most notable specs. It may seem strange at first why one would need a “gaming” memory card but our smartphones are becoming more and more powerful which leads to the opportunity for intriguing mobile gaming. This, in its turn, brings the demand for higher speeds for downloading, installation, and launching of the games. You get up to 100MB/s of read, and up to 85MB/s of write speeds. Of course, these cards can be used in mobile devices other than smartphones such as Nintendo Switch™.
Another important aspect is the Application Performance Class 1 (A1) standard support. It is a new thing that certifies better performance and optimization for Android apps. If you have Android 6.0/7.0 on your phone, you could use the card as an additional storage device.
When it comes to the capacity options, you can choose from 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.