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benchmark test

[′bench‚märk ‚test]
(computer science)
A test of computer software or hardware that is generally run on a number of products to compare their performance.
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While still awaiting third-party benchmark tests, the analyst said it "seems obvious" that AMD has the lead in price/performance/watt and he expects the company to accelerate its PC market share gains.
Summary: Dongguan [China], October 22 (ANI): After bigger names such as HTC and Samsung, Oppo is the latest smartphone brand found cheating on the benchmark tests. These tests aim to quantify the performance of a device and is often considered a parameter by customers to decide on which smartphone to buy.
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