Last time we saw how the Samsung Omnia hd run 62 apps at once, but it seems Symbian has another multitasKING and that would be on the line of S60 3rd edition, and that’s the new Nokia E5. Devouring 74 applications is a hefty task for all smartphone devices. It would need a decent amount of RAM and a speedy processor. Like on the Nokia E5, you would not need to bother running 70+ applications any more. See the video after the break…
It’s check in time for Symbian again as ThinkChange developed the first full foursquare app for Symbian using the official foursquare APIs. They’ve managed to formulate a big leap in this project by creating one of the big potential of smartphone social applications and that is the foursquare.
The Samsung I8900 Omnia HD and Motorola Milestone have been geared up for a battle against the prototype Nokia N8. The battle is about the AMOLED screen test vs the LCD of Milestone, and the RAM usage for the proto N8 vs the Omnia HD.
Snowboard Hero is, as the name already hints, a snowboard game with severl game-modes. You can choose between speedrun, freestyle and a race. Basically, it is supposed to run on S60 3rd Edition devices only, however, it’s also possible to run it on touch-enabled devices. In this case you would have a onscreen-keyboard to control the game. If you own a Nokia N97 or a N97 Mini you can disable the onscreen-keyboard by going to settings. Then open the App Manager,go to installed apps and find the game. Finally go to options, suite settings, on-screen keyboard and than change to OFF.
Download the game to your Nokia N96, Sony Ericsson Satio or your Samsung Omnia I8910 HD and enjoy the game.