Several standards govern the now mature smartphone market. However, many users are unaware of their existence while these rules can be important when buying a phone. One of these standards is certainly displayed on your mobile, the meaning of which you may not know.
If you have an Android phone, it’s common for you to see all kinds of information printed on the hardware of the phone. One of these common data: the letters CE which, for many, may be unnecessary, yet these two letters are extremely important.
What do the letters CE on the back of the Android phone mean?
First of all, we must warn you that there are two ways to intersect these two letters. The most common show them as two clearly separated letters, with considerable space between them, as if to assume that they are two different characters.
On Chinese smartphones, however, it is possible to find another indication with the letters CE somewhere on the case. When this is the case, the two letters simply mean China Export (indicating its origin).
So what do the letters CE on the back of the phone mean? When the two characters are separated like in this image, the meaning is as follows:
It is an acronym that represents the European Conformity organization, which guarantees that the mobile phone complies with the standards determined by the European Union.
What does that mean ? That many accidents that sometimes occur with smartphones, such as their explosion, or if there is a sudden combustion, are guaranteed not to occur by this certification. If any of these accidents occur, the user can always file a claim with the brand of the phone.
So now you know, making sure you have a cell phone with the letters CE printed on the back can be a good way to deduce its quality.
Smartphone screens should be cleaned immediately if they come into contact with materials that can cause smudges, such as ink, dyes, makeup, dirt, foods, oils, and lotions. But what’s the best way to clean a dirty screen in general? Here are a few tips :
- First, remove the phone case
- Use 70% alcohol disinfectant wipes
- Never immerse the phone or put cleaning fluid in any of the ports
- Use only a soft, lint-free cloth, such as a microfiber cloth, to wipe up stains. Abrasive materials, such as gritty rags, cloth towels, and paper towels, could scratch the phone screen and damage it
- Let everything air dry before putting your case back on
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