New Delhi. OnePlus recently faced the ire of users globally on social media. Just a few days back a report surfaced that the smartphone was manipulating the benchmarking scores. Performance benchmarking platform Geekbench had also delisted the Pro and OnePlus 9 smartphones and said that it will verify the benchmark scores of other OnePlus phones as well. Now the company’s CEO Pete Lau has also presented his clarification regarding this matter. The company’s CEO Pete Lau has said, “We do not optimize OnePlus phones for benchmarking scores. We optimize them to actually use them.” He also clarified on the OnePlus forum that in the case of OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro, the Snapdragon 888 processor (Super Powerful X1 CPU Core) runs at full speed to deliver great performance when you open apps or heavy games. is. But tasks that don’t require that much power, like reading webpages or scrolling through Twitter and Instagram, don’t require the CPU to run at 3GHz. In such a situation, OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 reduce power consumption and heat dissipation while maintaining a better experience in such situations. He also added that, the R&D team makes a list of the most popular apps on the Google Play Store which are optimized. This list includes Chrome, Twitter, Zoom, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and many others. All these optimizations are finalized when our testing team ensures that the actual user experience will not be negatively impacted. What’s the matter: This matter came to light when a user named Anandtech said in his report that the software of OnePlus 9 Pro was using an application detection mechanism and intentionally Google Chrome, Firefox, Zoom, WhatsApp, Facebook, Popular apps like Instagram. App detection is used by companies to make smartphones appear more powerful on benchmarking platforms. However, in this case, OnePlus used it to improve the phone’s power efficiency and battery life. Due to this the company faced a lot of criticism. But later the company’s official statement came out about this, which said that what he did cannot be called manipulation.
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