Realme GT was banned from Antutu after evidence emerged that he had cheated. Here is what happened |

Leading benchmarking website Antutu has recently launched a ban Realme GT From its venue for three months. This smartphone was found to be using naive methods to achieve the highly publicized 770,221 score. Furthermore, the smartphone is also scrubbed from the untouched database. With 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in the retail version of the smartphone, Antu posted every bug in the RealMe GT performance via Weibo Post. AnTuTu advised Realme To solve the problem, otherwise it runs the risk of banning RealMe GT indefinitely from the platform.

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So, how could Realme deceive GT Untotu thinking that the phone is faster than it actually is? According to AnTuTu, the multithread test phone offloaded its workload to its faster cores instead of distributing it evenly across power and capacity cores. Some tasks assigned to smaller cores are deliberately withdrawn so that they run on larger cores. As a result, the device’s multi-core score is calculated to be higher than it would be in real-world conditions.

Realme GT also manipulated Antutu JPG image decompression test. Instead of processing the image, it was replaced with a group of mosaic blocks, resulting in a vaguely unusable image. To help you better understand the situation, Realme GT processed when the image on the left should look like the image on the right. While this may seem absurd from a real-world perspective, it is enough to deceive AnTuTu into believing that RealMe GT can actually decode the JPG image faster than possible.

Realme GT features

The RealMe GT5G is one of the few smartphones in the world powered by a flagship smartphone and the flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset. It has a 6.43-inch 120Hz display with FHD + resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and punch-hole design. Buyers can get the phone in 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB variants, although both are currently limited to China. On the front of the camera, the RealMe GT5G has a 64MP + 8MP + 2MP triple sensor setup on the back and comes with a 16MP selfie shooter inside the punch-hole. The battery capacity of the phone is 4,500 mAh, with support for 65W charging. Realm UI 2.0, in-display fingerprint sensor, stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos and high-res audio are also part of the package.


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