It seems that with the advent of the SoC Snapdragon 865, smartphone makers again began to measure “parrots.” It was worth one of the manufacturers, and it was Lenovo, to declare that its upcoming gaming smartphone would gain 600,000 points in AnTuTu, as other players rushed to declare even greater performance.
A couple of days ago, Realme told about the next record, saying that the X50 Pro model is gaining 603,871 points in the test. And now the leader’s title was taken away from her not yet presented gaming smartphone Xiaomi Black Shark 3.
Black Shark brand CEO showed a screenshot of AnTuTu, which shows that the smartphone is gaining 620,952 points!
True, all these records may remain “on paper”. Firstly, already released smartphones with SoC Snapdragon 865 are gaining significantly less. Secondly, earlier we have already seen such statements demonstrating record results in AnTuTu, and when such smartphones went on sale, they showed significantly lower rates. But still, it is very curious how much manufacturers will embellish the results in pursuit of user attention.