It is often set manufacturers of smart phones to cheat in Tests of performance, it seems that the tuning company Oppo this time. The company found the UL Benchmark that stand behind the platform performance tests 3D Mark that two of the smartphones of the Chinese company presented the results of the ” high and misleading“, and this is the reason that prompted the company to remove the Oppo Find X and Oppo F7 of the House.
The Huawei has received similar treatment in the last month after it turns out to buy the UL Benchmark that phones of this company, including Huawei P20 and Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3 and Honor Play turn-based cheating in Tests. Thus, the removal of all those devices from the lists of 3D Mark. It seems that Huawei has developed the operating system in this smart phone to detect software performance tests increased performance reaching the highest possible level.
Returning to the company Oppo, the company UL Benchmark that tests the condenser revealed that the phone Oppo Find X provides misleading results. Verified claims later by running a special version of the application 3D Mark on each of the Oppo Find X and Oppo F7. Although both tests are identical, except that the phones did not record the same score in the women’s special because the operating system in both phones didn’t recognize the new version of the application 3D Mark on IT Application Testing Performance.
Admitted company Oppo to buy the UL Benchmark that the organs of the completed public version of the application 3DMark. The company said in a statement : “when we discover that the user is running applications like games or performance tests such as 3D Mark, which require high performance, we allow the processor to operate at full speed to get the best experience “.
Weren’t the results of the performance tests alone a good predictor of the performance of the device. Given that some devices designed numbers are misleading, it undermines the effectiveness of these tests.
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