MediaTek is caught falsifying the performance results of some terminals such as the Redmi Note 8 Pro

Although the bad reputation MediaTek had gained with its processors seemed to have normalized, a new controversy regarding the falsification of the performance score has begun to emerge through the network.

And it seems that, as AnandTech , one of the most recognized portals for the comparison of all kinds of technological products, has discovered, MediaTek would have falsified the performance tests of several of the devices where its processors are integrated.

Whether on AnTuTu, GeekBench, or PCMark, some devices like the Redmi Note 8 Pro , the Realme C3, or the Oppo Reno 3 Pro achieve a maximum performance score above what it should.

MediaTek is caught falsifying the performance results of some terminals such as the Redmi Note 8 Pro. Xiaomi News

List of devices / platforms on which MediaTek would have falsified its score.

As we can see on these lines, AnandTech has produced an extensive graph showing all the terminals and benchmark platforms in which MediaTek would have falsified its score.

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Undoubtedly, the controversy is served and once again MediaTek, manages by itself, sow the doubt as to whether it is worth buying a device with its processors. For its part, the Chinese firm has made the following official statement :

"MediaTek follows accepted industry standards and is confident that performance tests accurately represent the capabilities of our processors. We work closely with manufacturers when testing our processors, but lately brands have the flexibility to configure their own devices. Some companies design devices to run at peak performance on benchmarks to show maximum chip capacity.

Of course, in real-world scenarios there are a multitude of factors that determine how well a processor performs. MediaTek processors are designed to optimize power and performance to deliver the best possible usage experience while maximizing battery life. If someone uses a performance intensive program (such as a powerful video game) the chip will intelligently adapt to the patterns to offer sustained performance. This means that the user will be able to see different levels of performance in different applications while the processor changes performance dynamically.

We believe that displaying maximum processor characteristics in performance tests is in line with other companies and gives consumers an accurate picture of device performance. "

Source | AnandTech
Track | The Android Free

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