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Topic # 67665 6-Sep-2010 15:14
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Nokia E5 with 74 apps open at the same time>

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru9gBlHXRrA

What is the most apps you have had open at the same time on your phone?

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  Reply # 377203 6-Sep-2010 17:00
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Cheers for the link, that's mighty impressive!

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  Reply # 377211 6-Sep-2010 17:22
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Hope the up coming N8 can do just as well.

The question is, when you fill up the memory card with music and movies whether it would still be able to multi-task and be as fast.



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  Reply # 377919 8-Sep-2010 15:54
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heavenlywild: Hope the up coming N8 can do just as well.

The question is, when you fill up the memory card with music and movies whether it would still be able to multi-task and be as fast.


the ram is seperate to the memory card isn't it?

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  Reply # 377942 8-Sep-2010 16:59
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markh14:
heavenlywild: Hope the up coming N8 can do just as well.

The question is, when you fill up the memory card with music and movies whether it would still be able to multi-task and be as fast.


the ram is seperate to the memory card isn't it?


That's right but somehow Nokias have the tradition of slowing down as you cram your microSD card with files. 

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