According to the reports as many as seven 5G smartphones has received 3C certification from the China Quality Certification Center. Among all certifications Huawei holds the most with four 5G models, ZTE, Vivo and One Plus also achieved 3C mobile phone certification from Chinese authority.
Recently, ZTE has launched its first-ever 5G smartphone in China which is also available for preorders in China. The 5G race has already won by ZTE but the winner is not always the consistent winner when it comes to frequent and continuous improvement.
Oppo’s representative has also confirmed that Oppo has already obtained 3C certification for its 5G mobile development. This indicates that Xiaomi is the only smartphone left out to obtain 3C certification for Xiaomi 5G smartphones.
According to a Chinese source, Xiaomi 5G smartphone model named (M1908F1XE) has passed the 3C certification. The device is equipped with a 45W superfast charger (power adapter model MDY-10-EX, the charging power is far most efficient than other phones.
Due to constraints in technology and costs, Xiaomi is currently focusing on a single 5G flagship that can support 5G networks, some reports suggest that Xiaomi’s 5G model would be dubbed Xiaomi Mi Mix 4 5G, however, some bloggers argue that Xiaomi 5G version would be an upgrade of existing model Xiaomi 9, it would come as Xiaomi 9 5G.
Currently, ZTE has already announced ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G which is the first 5G mobile phone in China, but Chinese consumers seem to be waiting for more for Huawei’s Mate 20X 5G and Oppo’s 5G versions to get their hands on expensive, handsets.
Huawei is all set to launch first 5G commercial handset Huawei Mate 20X (5G) in a couple of weeks by August 16 which is priced at 61,99 yuan ($880). been released. Huawei’s first domestic commercial5G mobile phone Mate 20 X (5G) will also be officially launched on August 16th, priced at 6,199 yuan.