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Huawei Cheated in a benchmark test : Caught

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Huawei Cheated  in a benchmark test : Caught



Huawei has been gotten misleadingly boosting the execution of a portion of their cell phones while running 3DMark, the mainstream benchmarking application. UL, the organization behind the benchmarking application, has delisted P20, P20 Pro, Nova 3 and Honor Play after they were observed to be misleadingly boosting their execution while running the benchmark. 
The conduct was first seen by AnandTech and it was later affirmed by UL in an official statement that Huawei was without a doubt undermining the benchmark and its telephones were identifying the running benchmark application to incidentally help their execution. As a discipline, 3DMark has expelled these telephones' rankings from its leaderboard and refreshed their postings on its site with a note that the telephone's "maker has not followed UL benchmark rules." 
Huawei has confessed to utilizing AI to expand their execution in view of certain serious undertakings which may clarify how the benchmarking application experienced misleadingly expanded execution. In any case, testing done by UL demonstrates that a private variant of 3DMark application encountered no such spikes in execution, tossing shade over Huawei's cases of utilizing an AI that is sufficiently keen to perceive equipment use to change execution consequently.
Huawei is not the first phone manufacturer to artificially enhance benchmark scores. Brands like Samsung have previously been found meddling with phone’s performance during the benchmarking process, which raises further questions about the authenticity and importance of benchmarking tools while judging a phone’s performance.

UPDATE: Huawei has released the following statement to clarify their position on this matter:
“Huawei always prioritizes the user experience rather than pursuing high benchmark scores – especially since there isn’t a direct connection between smartphone benchmarks and user experiences. Huawei smartphones use advanced technologies such as AI to optimize the performance of hardware including CPU, GPU, and NPU.When someone launches a photography app or plays a graphically-intensive game, Huawei’s intelligent software creates a smooth and stable user experience by applying the full capabilities of the hardware, while simultaneously managing the devices’ temperature and power efficiency. For applications that aren’t as power intensive like browsing the web, it will only allocate the resources necessary to deliver the performance that’s needed. In normal benchmarking scenarios, once Huawei’s software recognizes a benchmarking application, it intelligently adapts to “Performance Mode” and delivers optimum performance. Huawei is planning to provide users with access to Performance Mode” so they can use the maximum power of their device when they need to.
Huawei – as the industry leader – is willing to work with partners to find the best benchmarking standards that can accurately evaluate the user experience.

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