62 apps up and running simultaneously on Samsung i8910 HD

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62 apps up and running simultaneously on Samsung i8910 HD
It just might be a world record, but if not, it still is quite an impressive feat. What we are talking about is a Samsung i8910 HD running some custom firmware designed by "HyperX" who posted this amazing achievement on his own blog. Including Handytaskman, the number of apps is actually 63 and when you watch the video below, you will see that this number of open programs is certainly a heavy load for the S60 OS. Also a stunning feat is that the handset had 194MB of free RAM after booting. Of course, it is unlikely that anyone would ever need to replicate this experiment in regular, every day usage, but it is nice to know that with the right ROM, you could make it happen.

Samsung i8910 HD Specifications | Review

source: HX-Custom-Roms via allaboutsymbian



1. rtimi26

Posts: 42; Member since: Mar 16, 2009

this is cool, wish we had this in the States. I wonder why there aren't many symbian phones in the US

2. adash13x

Posts: 20; Member since: Apr 08, 2010

LOL .......poor little iphone! ......compete with that!!!!!

5. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Why would you even bring the iPhone up in this? It has nothing to do with this. You couldve just as easily replaced iPhone with android or winmo or maemo. Man haters are worse than fanboys sometimes. -1

3. sinon

Posts: 3; Member since: Apr 08, 2010

Meanwhile the Pre Plus has had 102 applications opened before getting the "too many cards" error. But no one cares about that, right?

4. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

And what the is point of running all those apps at once, someone explain to me, are they just trying to show off its capability lol ?

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