Samsung caught manipulating coverage by cheating in Galaxy S4 benchmarks; Ways to inflate their success?? [Updated]

According to fresh reports, it has been indicated that Samsung has cheated with respect to Galaxy S4 benchmarks. Based on illustrations it is construed that Samsung has focussed on using performance-enhancing code for increasing Galaxy S4′s test scores. The inferential understanding is that Samsung has specifically programmed the handset to beef up its clock speed during certain benchmarks.

At first, such claims had appeared in the forums of popular 3D graphics site Beyond3D and these descriptions have been growing larger as we move forward in time. After having confirmation from hardware specialists at AnandTech, it is clearly displayable that the Galaxy S4 utilizes full speed GPU during testing, and then reverts back to slower speeds during everyday use.

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[How-To] Disable CPU Rendering of Graphics

The UI of Android keeps improving as updates from the Android team keep flowing in. There has been a massive improvement in the aesthetics and looks of the system UI from the ancient Eclair till JellyBean. With improving UI and better graphics the system keeps becoming a resource hog! All android smartphones these days come with a separate GPU to satisfy the graphics rendering needs of the apps these days. However, the GPU doesn’t exactly help in rendering of the system UI that means the load falls of the CPU to render the system UI and other system framework.

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