For this test, I will be using the Kingston USB 3.0 High-Speed Media reader on the desktop test system to give the cards the best performance possible. I will using a data sample of 798 files, 26 folders with a total 4.33GB which are typical smartphone data files such as audio and video files, games and applications and others, also used in the previous micro SD card reviews. When it comes to writes, the file transfer test will really test the performance of the flash card.
Given this result, it is quite close to the UHS-1 (High-Speed) microSD variant from Kingston and ahead of other UHS-1 microSDs from other brands. Now let’s wrap up this review on the last page.