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Three C certification consortium certificate to Vivo and iQOO means they are to launch multiple models

It was just about a few days back when tech outlook broke the news about the consortium of companies that came together to give certifications to upcoming phones. These certifications are meant to create accessories that can be used for multiple brands and you just don’t need to find your phone’s charger or anything compatible with only that.

So now we have come up with something amazing again in which we will be telling you about the phone that has been given certifications till now and will be launched in the market. Vivo and iQOO are among the first to get the certification by this consortium. Vivo X90Series and iQOO are planning to come with a number of phones in November and December.

A new Vivo smartphone with model number V2241A has been approved by China’s 3C authority. It was just about the previous week when the 3C regulatory body had approved Vivo V2238A.

As per just speculation and reports Vivo is likely to come up with V2242A and V2227A. The iQOO 11 and iQOO 11 Pro have V2243A and V2254A model numbers. Features of these models then would come to the TENAA certification platform with their key specifications in the next few days.



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