Galaxy Note 3 benchmarks not fudged: Samsung
| by Anujeet Majumdar |
Smartphone giant Samsung has been forced to play on the back foot after new reports cropping up claiming that its newest devices were cheating on benchmark tests. The Korean company has now denied that the Galaxy Note 3 artificially inflates its performance after detecting well-known benchmarks being run.
Samsung refutes Galaxy Note 3 benchmark fudging claims
The report, while digging deeper, claimed that the cores on the phablet remained idle when running renamed versions of these same apps to prevent overheating, as is the normal practice, resulting in a lesser score. The investigative piece also alleges that the boosting works only for a named list of benchmarking apps. These claims don’t fall in line with the company’s current position on the issue and have not been mentioned in the official statement.
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