Regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, it is clear that we should learn many things, including improving our hygiene habits to avoid unwanted infections. And the smartphones that we carry all the time are devices that have already been proven multiple times to be a bacteria carrier. Not everyone takes care of cleaning the smartphone as it should, and in this regard, Samsung has decided to interfere.
Samsung is aware that the coronavirus is a real problem, they have already suffered from it with the closures of several factories in South Korea, and to help us fight the spread of the most popular virus of this century they are going to offer us the Samsung Galaxy Disinfection Service in their service centers to properly clean our mobiles.
Samsung will disinfect your mobile for FREE to fight the coronavirus
The company will help you take maximum care of your hygiene, and you can now request the free disinfection of your Galaxy mobile at a Samsung Service Center. The service is already available in 19 countries, and soon in 25 other markets.
The most important thing in these situations is to do everything possible so as not to become another vector of virus contagion, and to avoid it all measures begin by taking care of our hygiene habits to the maximum, including in this case the smartphone.
And speaking of disinfecting mobiles, Samsung itself advises against actually using abrasive chemicals or incorrect cleaning products, since it is possible to damage the oleophobic coating that covers the front glass. Not only that, and it is that any liquid cleaner could damage phones without IP certification or liquid protection. And that is why they have decided to help their users clean their devices.
The South Korean giant Samsung has an offer to eliminate bacteria, germs and viruses from our phones in any Official Service Center or in Samsung Experience Stores, so all users can come to perform the cleaning completely free.
And the best thing is that currently, Samsung has already enabled its Galaxy Sanitizing Service in 19 countries around the world, including all those that follow as published by SamMobile: Argentina, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United States, Ukraine and Vietnam.
Samsung will soon expand the service to Australia, Austria, Canada, Czechia, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Panama, the Philippines, Romania, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.