This falsifies the actual results, because the daily performance is far below what the hardware can actually achieve. So the user does not have the available performance offered by benchmark applications such as 3DMark, AnTuTu, GeekBench 5 or GFXBench, but significantly lower. This fraud against smartphone owners now has consequences for Samsung: Geekbench announced that after investigating the allegations, the affected devices were removed from the list with immediate effect.
The throttling (left) is illustrated by Samsung Game Optimization
Geekbench explains the evacuation
Geekbench Diem Online Magazine Android Police He made the following statement:
Samsung has promised to release a future update that will add the ability to directly control gaming performance. However, Geekbench’s current policy is to permanently delete tampered devices even after a patch that fixes the problem, so none of the phones removed today will be listed again on the site.”
The update is coming, only when it’s unknown
. has been deleted Samsung Galaxy S22 series Along with all S21, S20 and S10 devices. Samsung has not yet set a time frame for when the announced update will be available to users. This isn’t the first time that Geekbench has removed hardware from its benchmark scheme. Last year, in response to OnePlus’ stifling apps on the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, the service launched both devices.
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