If you're thinking of sanitizing your Samsung tablet or Galaxy Watch, you may head over to the service centre in The Garden and Pavilion.
The Galaxy Sanitizing Service is now available for free in Samsung Service Centers and Samsung Experience Stores in 19 markets across the globe. Users, however, simply cannot dunk their handsets in water or pour disinfectants on them because doing these can destroy or at least damage their devices.
Apart from being absolutely free of charge, Samsung has been generous enough to extend the sanitization service to non-Samsung branded devices as well.
Samsung provides free cleaning of the mobile while global health authorities have urged the general public to be more conscious of personal hygiene in the battle against the current epidemic of Coronavirus.
The service is said to be available in 19 markets, according to SamMobile, including the United States, Argentina, Chile, Vietnam, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the Ukraine. It will happen quickly and efficiently in the Samsung stores.
Samsung is known to use UV-C light to clean Galaxy phones, smartwatches and wireless earbuds from consumers rather than use certain additives that could otherwise harm such products-the oleophobic coating, for example, in the case of its Galaxy phones. It also warns that the effectiveness of the sanitizing process may vary depending on the phone model. Such is imperative in that the phone is kept clean so that because of her no here NA and NA only core virus as the infection spread.
While the soon Galaxy sanitizing service to Australia, Austria, Canada, face, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Romania, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and in the United Kingdom will be launched. And the tools are also pretty advanced since there will be used UV-C light. This gesture from Samsung is highly encouraging, and could go a long way to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.