My patience is always put to test whenever my phone gets stuck while fondling with it. Regardless of the reason, I feel like smashing it on the floor sometimes.
However, when I remember how much I purchased it, I just don’t have any choice but to behave myself.
How many apps can a phone actually hold at a go?
Statistics from Flurry shows that majority of people who connect to the Internet on their smartphones do so via apps. Mobile apps have become very popular that these days, it seems as if there is an app for almost everything. Unfortunately, because of our love for apps, several people tend to run them concurrently on their smartphones without thinking about its adverse effect. While switching between different apps at the same time seems more like fun and convenience to us, it directly burdens the smartphone and causes it to underperform.
No freezing – keep 50 apps running at a go
Though I consider it a bit overkill for anyone to attempt to run 50 apps concurrently on smartphone, I think some of us try to reach this level without even knowing. Unclosed applications drain our battery and cause a lag in the device’s processing time.
Interestingly, TECNO in its usual attempt to disrupt the smartphone market has demonstrated during a performance test that the highly anticipated Phantom 6 Plus will be able to hold 50 applications at the same time without it having any unfavorable effect on the functionality of the phone.
Although, I consider this farfetched, I would simply take a chill and wait for the amazing phantom 6 Plus selling on market（I heard that many people want to purchase it beacuse of its cost-effective ultra-high performance）, knowing that there is actually very little that you cannot do when a deca-core processor powers your smartphone, as is the case with the Phantom 6 Plus.