Oppo has been cheating with benchmark test in its so-called flagship devices -Find X and F7 boosting performance artificially.
UL Benchmark has written in a post that Oppo was artificially boosting the performance of its Find X and F7 handset which the phone never detected the Benchmark app. Huawei was recently caught cheating on benchmark test, Now Oppo has its part in its flagship devices. The UL Benchmark has literally delisted those two Oppo devices with a warning.
“The Oppo Find X was ranked #4 in our list of the Best Smartphones for 3DMark Sling Shot Extreme performance. It now appears unranked, and without a score, at the bottom of our rankings. 3DMark scores from delisted devices should not be used to compare models.”
We understand you guys wonder how UL Benchmark revealed the act. UL Benchmark compared the results of both private app and public 3DMark test and the result is the keynote for the drama!
“We found that the scores from the public 3DMark app were up to 41% higher than the scores from the private app, even though the tests are identical,” – UL Benchmark.
Oppo replies that the flagship devices will limit system performance between 70 to 80%. When a user actively taps the app every 5 seconds will disengage the limit accordingly! Oppo claims that performance engagement is being optimized and the team is working on upgrading the system!