HTC's upcoming Ocean Harmony phablet gets its required CCC certification in China

The China Compulsory Certification (also known as 3C) must be awarded to every product imported, manufactured, sold or used in China. That includes smartphones. Recently, HTC filed with the CCC for its upcoming mid-range phablet with the code name HTC Ocean Harmony. The certification was awarded on December 4th. The CCC logo in China means that a device has been tested, and meets certain standards for safety in the country. It is similar to the UL Underwriters Laboratories safety tests conducted in the states.

The HTC Ocean Harmony is expected to carry a 5.99-inch 'bezel-less' display, with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The Snapdragon 652 SoC is found under the hood. That means the phone will feature an octa-core CPU, and the Adreno 510 GPU. 4GB of RAM will be inside, along with 64GB of native storage. This variant of the phone will be priced in the area of $400; a more powerful model employing the Snapdragon 660 chipset will be offered at $560 USD. While we have yet to see any images of the HTC Ocean Harmony, some believe that it will resemble the recently released HTC U11+, the revised version of HTC's current U11 flagship phone.

With the China Compulsory Certification already received, we should see the HTC Ocean Harmony unveiled very soon. The model number of the device is HTC 2Q4R400

source: (translated) via AndroidAuthority

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