On July 16, a reporter from National Business Daily learned from the official website of China Quality Certification Center that seven 5G smartphones have obtained 3C certification. Among them, four models are from Huawei, with the other three from Oneplus, ZTE, and Vivo respectively. In addition, insiders from OPPO revealed that OPPO’s 5G smartphone has also obtained 3C certification, commenting “We have obtained the permit, it’s just not public yet.” This means that we are entering an era of the marketization of 5G smartphones.
Three certifications are needed for the large-scale commercialization of 5G smartphones: 3C certification, network access license and State Radio Regulation Committee (SRRC) certification. These three certificates are independent and indispensable. Obtaining these certificates means that the phone can be sold on the market. In addition, insiders told reporters that in general, smartphone manufacturers will strive for these three certificates at the same time, and there will be no discrepancies in the time of delivery.
It is worth noting that among the eight smartphones mentioned above, OnePlus and Vivo obtained their 3C certification on July 15, and Huawei first obtained the certification for the three 5G smartphones on June 11. The official website of the China Quality Certification Center also disclosed the details of the manufacturing plants. Among the four 5G phones of Huawei, two of them were produced by Huawei Machine Co., Ltd., with the other two manufactured by Flextronics Manufacturing (Zhuhai) Co., Ltd. and Foxconn Shenzhen.
In addition, on June 25, Huawei announced that its Mate 20 X has obtained China’s first 5G terminal telecom equipment network access license. With 5G phones obtaining the various certifications, and China’s 5G mobile phones entering the delivery period, consumers will soon experience a new generation of high-speed 5G connectivity in their daily lives.
In response to the same matter, Xiaomi said that their 5G certification, network access license, and State Radio Regulation Committee (SRRC) certification are currently being led by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.