Often referred to as "mobiles" or "cell phones," mobile phones are small, wirelessly communicative electronic devices. Beyond voice calls, they provide a plethora of functions and functionalities that have made them an indispensable element of contemporary life. The way that individuals access information, communicate, and work has been completely transformed by mobile phones. Because they provide convenience, connectivity, and a multitude of services, they have evolved into indispensable instruments in daily life. Depending on the user's demands, mobile phones are flexible devices that may store a wide range of data, including text, audio, and image files. They make it possible for people to carry out business while they are on the go, whether they are traveling or in distant places. Our mobile phones keep us updated on world events, allow us to stay in touch, entertain us, help us find jobs, and provide us with opportunities.
The market for mobile phones is quite dynamic, with consumers' preferences always changing and innovations happening all the time. The industry's landscape is shaped by global economic conditions, environmental sustainability, and technological breakthroughs.
Approximately 750 million of India's 1.5 billion mobile phone users are smartphone users. Because these gadgets are used by people of all ages, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) places a high priority on user safety and well-being as well as device quality.
Given the significance of upholding good standards in this sector, on September 13, 2015, BIS implemented the Compulsory Registration Scheme, which requires mobile phones to be registered in compliance with IS 13252(Part 1):2010.
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India is responsible for awarding BIS Registration. 2012 saw the launch of the Compulsory Registration Scheme (CRS) by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). Testing, assessment, and adherence to technical specifications are all part of the BIS CRS registration procedure, which aims to guarantee the quality and safety of electronic goods meant for Indian customers.
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