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Best hightech MicroSD Cards for your device 2016

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Some smartphones and tablets still use microSD card slots as a way for the user to expand the amount of storage in their device, without charging them extra. There are still a few smartphones left with microSD card slots including the LG G4, HTC One M9 and the Moto X Pure Edition. They come in all sorts of sizes as well. Let’s check out a number of them in this gift guide.

PNY U3 PRO Elite MicroSD Card

Capture the Action and Relive the Moment with PNY U3 PRO Elite microSDXC Card (P-SDU64GU395PRO-GE), with amazing speeds of up to 95MB/s Read / 90MB/s Write for the most extreme and demanding video shooting and conditions.

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SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB UHS-I/U3 Micro SDXC Memory Card 

The fastest microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I memory cards on the market now come with up to 64GB of storage for uncompromising smartphone, tablet and camera performance. Capture Full HD and 4K Ultra HD videos1 and enjoy transfer speeds of up to 95MB/s so you can shoot like a pro and still experience world-class responsiveness from your phone. Class 10 and UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3)2 ratings mean your videos can meet today's highest resolution standards and will look stunning on the latest 4K Ultra HD TV screens and monitors. Generous storage capacity means you won't run out of the memory you need to work, shoot and share.                     

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Samsung America Inc. 32GB PRO Class 10 Micro SDHC

Get the most out of your smartphone or tablet with Samsung's PRO 16 GB micro SD Memory Card. This high-performance memory card features extremely fast read speeds of up to 90 MB/s for quick transfer of music, apps, photos, and videos and is UHS-3 enabled for Full HD and 3D video recording. Waterproof, temperature proof, magnet proof, and X-ray proof, this reliable memory card ensures your files remain safe during life's little mishaps. An included SD adapter lets you use the card with your digital camera, laptop, or desktop computer.

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Samsung America Inc. 32GB PRO Class 10 Micro SDHC up to 90MB/s with Adapter (MB-MG32EA/AM)

NMicro 64GB Pro 90MB/s 600X Read 64G 64 G GB MLC Nand chip 4K2K Ultra HD Extreme Plus micro SD 

85~90MB/s Read for support U3 UHS-II microSDXC devices 40~60MB/s Write for support U3 UHS-II microSDXC devices MLC Nand Flash support CPRM 100% Made in Taiwan directly ship from NMicro Technology 4K2K HD support MLC Nand Flash  

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NMicro 64GB Pro 90MB/s 600X Read 64G 64 G GB MLC Nand chip 4K2K Ultra HD Extreme Plus micro SD over Class 10 write speed 40~60MB/s read speed 80~90MB/s microSD microSDHC SDHC microSDXC SDXC UHS UHS-I UHS-II U3 Flash memory card without Adapter(actual free space 57.6GB)

Android performance vs iPhones performance ?

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As much as we like to pretend that Android rules all things performance-related in the mobile electronics space, there's no denying that iPhones are silky smooth and have generally good performance. But that could all be about to change with fresh claims stating that both the Exynos 8890 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipsets outperform the Apple A9 chip.

The story comes via benchmarking results out of China that show the Samsung-built Exynos 8890 leading the bunch in Geekbench results. The multi-core results put the Exynos 8890 ahead of the deca-core Helio X20 made by MediaTek, followed by Huawei's octa-core Kirin 950 and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820, with the Apple A9 struggling to keep up.

But that's only half the story: if we look at other single-core Geekbench results leaked last week, you can see the Apple A9 outperforms all of its Android competition, taking the top spot.
Looking at these results and the fact that the Apple A9 is a dual-core processor, it's clear that each individual core in the A9 is “better” than each individual core in an octa-core or deca-core chip. Core-for-core, the Apple A9 outperforms its Android counterparts, but when you look at multi-core results the Android chipsets naturally leap ahead due to their additional cores.

While it may be convenient to say that in a single-core test the Apple A9 is running at half strength compared to one-eighth for the Kirin 950 or one-tenth for the Helio X20, it must be admitted that the clock speed alone of these cores is not responsible for the discrepancy. The Apple A9's cores are clocked at 1.85 GHz compared to the 2.0-2.3 GHz of the Android chipsets.

All things are relative: the Snapdragon 820 is a 40% improvement over the 810.
All things are relative: the Snapdragon 820 is a 40% improvement over the 810.

Of course, things are much more complicated than this and process nodes and so on come into play as well, but there are two big takeaways from this story: Apple manages to do a lot with very little but that, at least until the iPhone 7 comes out with the Apple A10 chip, Android phones are going to have better high-end performance than their Apple equivalent.
How important is high-end performance to you? Do you even pay attention to benchmark results?

Every month Nexus devices receive security updates

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All Nexus devices will  receive now   every month all important security updates officially from Google, in addition to their usual platform updates.  it Starting now with the release of the Stagefright exploit fix, Google company will be pushing out security updates, and notifying its partners on a monthly basis. Samsung  has also already committed to fast tracking security updates with monthly fixes.
With Google's existing security measures, less than 0.15 % of devices that installed apps from Google Play store installed any type of harmful app. Security is extremely important, and the monthly updates is yet another way that Google will help keep its users more safe.
 devices of Nexus have always been among the first Android devices to receive platform and security updates. From this week on, all Nexus devices will receive regular OTA updates all month focused on security, and also to the usual platform updates.
it still (google)committed to supporting Nexus devices with  updates for two 2 years, and security patches for three years, or 18 months from the last date of sale in the Google Store.

21% of Active Android devices installing lollipop

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Google has  released an new update on the distribution numbers for each version of Android, with the version of android Lollipop making a jump of nearly 3 percent. The new numbers show that Lollipop is installed on 21 percent of all active Android devices, the jump is makung  from 18.1 percent last month. KitKat took a small dive, back down to 39.2 percent like it was back in June, and Jelly Bean is down to 31.8 percent from 33.6 in August. !

 Ice Cream Sandwich sits at 3.7 percent, down from 4.1, Gingerbread dropped 50% again down to 4.1, and  Froyo is at 0.2 %, down from 0.3. Good to see the Lollipop adoption continue to grow ahead of the Marshmallow release.