Realme's flagship handset, Realme GT 5G was launched in China this month. The smartphone has got a 7,50,000+ score on AnTuTu, as shared by Realme’s VP Xu Qi Chase on Weibo before the launch. Now, AnTuTu has banned the Realme GT 5G from its platform with the claim that the company fudged benchmark testing. The testing software company also took it to Weibo to make this announcement.
However, Realme has replied that the smartphone is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, while the benchmark scores are taken from the latest versions of the Antutu benchmark of Realme GT. Excellent performance and good user experience have always been the top priority for the brand. The company is in touch with Antutu to sort the matter out positively.
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