India’s approval policy changes, domestic mobile phone giants are expected to benefit
“For industry, it’s directly related to the ease of doing business; for consumers, it’s about faster access to the latest products,” said the Association of Manufacturers Information Technology (MAIT), an industry body. In order to shorten the time required, the testing agency Bureau of Indian Standards“A pilot project has been agreed to conduct parallel testing of some identified electronic hardware products”。
Wireless earphones may be the first devices to pass the quick test, and the test will expand to other products later. Data from Counterpoint shows that the moveMilletandSamsungIt’s a shot in the arm for other companies, both of which sell smart phones in India.cell phoneThe most, with a total market share of 46%.
Originally, a new Apple AirPods could go through a tedious 16-week testing process in India, as the charging case and its components had to be licensed before the earphones could be evaluated. For a smartphone and its components, the testing time can be as long as 21 weeks.
Officials from India’s Ministry of Information Technology, Bureau of Indian Standards, MAIT and executives from companies including Apple and Samsung held a closed-door meeting on Wednesday before making the pilot decision, a source said.
Apple, Samsung and Xiaomi did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The Bureau of Indian Standards and the Ministry of Information Technology also did not respond to requests for comment.