Realme has announced a new quality check system for its mobile phones in association with TÜV Rheinland. It was also revealed that Realme C21 and Realme C25 will be the first smartphones to get the TÜV Rheinland Smartphone High-Reliability Certification.
Realme believes this new initiative with TÜV Rheinland will enhance its quality control procedures. In a press statement, the smartphone maker professed this set of quality standards will be followed across all Realme mobile phones.
What is Rheinland High-Reliability Certification?
The Realme and Germany-based Rheinland have jointly created the TÜV Rheinland Smartphone High-Reliability Certification to serve as the leading industry standard. The test conditions are based on the three-year life cycle of smartphones. The duo has been apparently working on the program for the past eight months.
The process encompasses 23 major tests, including ten daily use test scenarios, such as drop, wear, and tear; seven extreme environment test scenarios, including super extreme temperature, extreme humidity, voltage fluctuation, button life, static electricity, air pressure; and six component reliability test scenarios.
Realme’s Future Plan of Smart Factory
Realme also disclosed its intention of developing smart factory units that will aim to be fully automated in the near future. It will improve the efficiency and precision of complex manufacturing processes. The company has a working SMT production line for putting components onto the PCB motherboard at an automation rate of 87.5% leading above the industry standards.
Realme says it works on a 6-stage smartphone design process based on which smartphones are designed, developed, and tested in the factory. The company does additional and vigorous tests in related environmental settings including drop tests on different surface materials and extreme temperature simulation.