Surprising news comes from the world of smartphones. Surely it has happened to you that you take the iPhone among a group of acquaintances and someone boasts of having bought a phone that works as well as the iPhone, as powerful as the iPhone but for much less money . Although many independent consultants have shown that the iPhone 7 Plus - followed by its younger brother the iPhone 7 - is the fastest and most powerful smartphone on the market , it seems that other low cost models are not far behind.
But ojito, from the forum of XDA-Developers have been responsible for putting the cards on the table. And it seems that although companies like Samsung and LG have already been caught cheating with their benchmarks, now are OnePlus and Meizu that could be falsifying the data so that their devices appear in the ranking much higher than it corresponds .
But first of all, it is necessary that we make an incision on the measures of power or benchmark. In fact, gross power should in no case be the main reason to justify the acquisition of a terminal . And more when in reality its performance should be evaluated jointly, ie how that gross power responds in a device with other hardware components running a certain operating system. In fact, it is no accident that among Mac users their computers hang less and work more fluid than other Windows that have in theory better specifications. The secret? Among others, a software tailored to your hardware .
The funny thing about all this is that despite cheating with their performance data, they are not even able to unseat the Apple iPhone 7 because of course, it would be evidence an obvious and obvious reality: that there are a few steps below the emblem smartphone Of those of Cupertino.
For us to understand, this discovery points directly to OnePlus and its models 3 and 3T . Particularly in the case of OnePlus shows powers of 0.98GHz higher than the real ones, and less bad, because of being certain the integrity of your battery would be danger logically, since the battery would fly by overheating. More blatant is still Meizu, who is not even in the top ten.
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