Smartphones Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Sony and Realme were disqualified for “suspicious” results. MediaTek scandal is gaining momentum

Underwriters Laboratories, which owns Futuremark, excluded Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Sony, and Realme smartphones based on MediaTek single-chip systems from its benchmark database.

UL specializes in benchmarks for PCs and smartphones. At the moment, she owns such well-known benchmarks as 3DMark, PCMark and VRMark.

Recall, the other day MediaTek was at the center of the scandal. Resource AnandTech accused MediaTek of fraud, saying that some SoC companies have a “sports mode” (Sports Mode) specifically to demonstrate high test results, despite the overheating.

Based on AnandTech data, the UL team temporarily ruled out “suspicious results” for all devices using MediaTek Helio G90, Helio G70, Helio P95, Helio P90, Helio P65, Helio P60, Helio P20 and Helio A22.

In total, more than 50 devices of more than 25 brands were excluded, including the high-performance Redmi Note 8 Pro, Oppo Reno3 Pro, Vivo Y19 and Realme 6.

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