Geekbench has delisted Samsung’s various models for using GOS

A burning news erupted when two users fought on Twitter over Samsung phones. One user wrote, “Samsung phones show the real score. Brand phones from China tend to cheat Geekbench scores”. Then the user shares the post by Geekbench. He wrote ” you poor blind, Samsung is the number one cheating brand identified by Geekbench”.

That Geekbench shared post showed that Geekbench delisted Samsung Galaxy S22, S21, S20, and S10 series phones from the Android Benchmark chart on Geekbench Browser. If you don’t know about Geekbench it measures processor performance across Mac OS, Windows Linux, Android, and IOS platforms. It simulates real-life usage scenarios resulting in sports that distinguish between single-core and multi-core performance.

And Samsung these models have been delisted because these models use GOS which is a Game Optimising Service throttling the performance of games and apps to improve battery life and maintain performance. Such that limit the performance of various apps and games on phone.




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