Samsung mobile phone delisted from Geekbench Recent app throttling issues

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Galaxy S22 delisted from nerd bench

Recently, it was discovered that Samsung is curbing the performance of thousands of apps on mobile phones through the Game Optimizing Service (GOS). This was later confirmed by the company with a promise to release an update to resolve this issue, but Geekbench considered the throttle issue a serious breach and excluded high-end Samsung phones from the platform.

Geekbench removes these Samsung phones

After the throttle issue became apparent, Geekbench revealed through an official tweet a decision to exclude the four popular Galaxy S-series flagship devices. Geekbench has excluded the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22 lineups On the grounds that “Benchmark operation.” These phones have been excluded from the Android benchmark charts in the Geekbench browser.

The official Geekbench statement states:Earlier this week, we learned about Samsung’s Game Optimization Service (GOS) and how it suppresses game and application performance. GOS decides to throttle (or not throttle) the application using the application identifier, not the behavior of the application. This is considered a form of benchmarking operation, as major benchmarking applications, including Geekbench, are not suppressed by this service.“”

If the phone is currently excluded from the Geekbench browser for strangers, it is Permanent ban on devices.. This basically means that if Samsung releases an update for its users to prioritize performance and stop tuning the app, Geekbench makes no difference.

To summarize what happened, we recently found that Samsung’s Game Optimizing Service (GOS) has slowed Samsung’s performance of over 10,000 apps on some Galaxy S22 phones.List of included apps common name TikTok, Instagram, Netflix, etc... Some Samsung apps were also included. The company confirmed that was the case and said an update would be released shortly to avoid throttles, but it’s unclear when that will happen.

Geenkbench previously OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro have also been delisted When OnePlus turned out last year to curb CPU and GPU performance on these phones. Like Samsung, OnePlus didn’t suppress the benchmark app. It was later recognized by the company. What do you think of Samsung’s latest throttle situation? Let us know in the comments below!