Realme Sets A New Smartphone Quality Standard With Tüv Rheinland

Realme and TÜV Rheinland has released the quality control for its a new smartphone TÜV Rheinland Smartphone High Reliability Certification target for young users.

The TÜV Rheinland Smartphone High Reliability Certification is based on the initial of three-year life cycle experience. Realme C21 and C25 are the first batch of smartphones to obtain the certification after over eight months of researching and testing

The new smartphone process encompasses 23 major tests, including ten daily use test scenarios, such as drop, wear, and tear; there are 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.

The quality is designed based on young users’ scenarios, such as travel and outdoor extreme outdoor sports. Realme has done more vigorous tests in related environmental settings.

Realme has been investing in the smart factory that aims to be fully automated soon to help the company improve the efficiency and precision of complex manufacturing processes. The current automation rate in the smart factory is 87.5 percent, which is already way above the industry standards.

Notably, the AI smart factory will enable Realme to produce 60 million devices every year.

One such automation example is the SMT production line, where it is responsible for putting components onto the PCB motherboard.

Realme is setting a rigorous quality standard with TÜV Rheinland whereby, the Quality Control team will be involved in every step of checking on the product quality.

If the product fails to meet the quality standards at any points, the Quality Control team has a veto right to reject the inferior quality product and the rejected products will get redesigned from scratch.

All Realme products will need to have a trendsetting design powered by leap-forward technology and designed carefully for the digital natives.

As for travel, Realme also simulates extreme temperature from negative 40 degrees Celsius to 75 degrees Celsius in an outdoor environmental setting to make sure all Realme products can stay alive.

To withstand accident drops in popular outdoor sports such as skateboarding and parkour, the products go through more aggressive drop tests at a height up to 1.8 meters at multiple sides on different surface materials

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