The court found Samsung guilty of inflating the performance of their smartphones

For several years before Apple came up with to slow down the old iPhone, causing consumers to buy new models, Samsung, conversely, overstated the performance of their flagships. But in fact, that Koreans would be worth only praise and benchmarks, forcing smartphones to be more effective indexes of processing power.

Samsung attempts to play on the feelings of the user who is accustomed to measure the performance of smartphones using benchmark tests, turned out for her court case. The former owner of Galaxy S4 named Daniel Norcia in 2011 found the discrepancy between the real and synthetic performance of your device and addressed in this regard in the court.

After a series of investigative experiments and questioning of witnesses, the district judge of Northern California James Donato came to the conclusion that in practice, indeed, there were episodes of artificially enhancing performance in synthetic tests like AnTuTu. According to him, the manufacturer engaged in fraud by introducing misleading consumers about the real abilities of branded devices. About the size of compensatory payments to victims while silent.

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