Samsung is Claimed to Boost The Galaxy Note 3 Benchmarks to Show Better Performance

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Samsung is Claimed to Boost The Galaxy Note 3 Benchmarks to Show Better Performance

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Samsung has been into news earlier this year for inflating the benchmark scores of the Exynos devices and this time the company might have also done the same with other versions of hardware as well.

As  reported by Ars Technica, the galaxy note 3 Snapdragon 800 version includes a code that allows the central processing unit cores to run at full speed during some benchmark tests. This allows the device to give a 20 percent higher score in any benchmark app, or the source says this is enough to claim an artificial large advantage over competitive devices like the G2.


The website further says, there might also be graphics boost, we’ve asked Samsung for its take on the findings. Whether or not the company responds, we don’t envy its position. What do you think of this ? 

You can view our benchmarks video below:

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  • Saswat S Nayak

    Ah thnx a lot man I got some heavy amount of sharing to do :D

  • Rahul Ram

    This news has been circulating for quite sometime and Samsung hasn’t given their part of reply. If this is the case for most of the phones then it’s going to a tough competition indeed with Samsung almost reaching high stakes with phones being released every now and then. Consumers need to understand certain facts before they end up choosing the right model of phones they desire rather than just thinking about the brand value.