I used H2testw too. I do realize that writing speed might be limited by my phone capabilities (though I researched forums and non had complains about that). But I am more intrigued by the symbols on package - sdsdqm-008g-b35.
Google shows that this model has to be class 2
and class 4 should include “m” at the end , sdsdqm-008g-b35 m
Something definitely isn’t right here !
Yes, I can see that that can be a cause for concern. Apparently, Sandisk has been making changes to some of their cards’ class speeds in recent months. And not all the packaging nor online pictures and information has been updated to reflect that. If you look through some of the threads in this board, you will find several threads that discuss this.
It could well be that old packaging was used so the item number does not include the “m”.
In my opinion, as long as the card was bought from a reputable seller, the H2testw results are good, and the card is registered with Sandisk and covered under their warranty, I truly would not be concerned with the part number. But that’s my opinion. As added assurance, Tech Support can be contacted to verify the authenticity of the card.