Last week, shortly following the release of the new HTC One, some oddities regarding the Android’s benchmark performance started coming to light. By all appearances, the phone was detecting when certain benchmark apps were being run and activating its high-performance mode, whether or not the user had specifically engaged it. But was this deceitful of HTC or not? The company has since issued a statement about the situation, and it doesn’t seem to see anything wrong with its actions. HTC explains, ...
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