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HTC One (M8) apparently caught cheating in benchmarks


After benchmark results for the recently launched HTC One (M8) showed that the handset can offer great performance when compared to rivals – especially the Asian version which packs a slightly more powerful processor than the models that will be sold in other markets – new reports have suggested that HTC may be cheating significantly in benchmarks, at least when it comes to AnTuTu. Taiwanese site ePrice has compared benchmarks for a variety of devices in both the old AnTuTu app – which Android OEMs managed to fool into showing higher scores in the past – and the AnTuTu X app and found different results for the Asian HTC One (M8) model. The model scored 38,815 in AnTuTu, but just

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