This COVID-19 corona virus will change the world . The global pandemic is now official, and more than 100 countries confirm positive cases with record rates, and it is clear on a social level that there is no doubt that we have many things to learn including improving our hygiene habits. Avoid unwanted infections.
In fact, people exchange metal parts and green slips that everyone touches, for example money, and carry a full-time device that has been demonstrated several times as an infallible carrier of bacteria. Not everyone cares to clean the smartphone as it should and neither of the two seems to be a good idea when it comes to avoiding infection chains.
In any case, Samsung is aware that the corona virus is a very real and fat problem. They already suffered in their own flesh with the closure of a factory in South Korea to help us fight the spread of the most popular virus of this century they will give us the Samsung Galaxy Disinfection Service in their SATs to properly clean our phones.
Samsung helps you maintain your hygiene to the full, and you can now request a FREE disinfection of your Galaxy phone from a Samsung service center.
A service that is already available in these 19 countries and soon in 25 other markets.
The most important thing in these situations is to do everything not to become another carrier of virus infections and to avoid this, all measures begin with our hygiene habits being taken into account to the maximum including in this case the smartphone.
And when you talk about the disinfection of mobile phones, Samsung itself actually advises against the use of abrasive chemicals or wrong cleaning agents, since the oleophobic coating of the windscreen can be damaged. Not only that, and it is the case that any liquid cleaner could damage phones without IP certification or protection from liquids. And that's why they decided to help their users clean their devices.
The South Korean giant Samsung proposed that bacteria, germs and viruses be removed from our cell phones in an official service center or in Samsung Experience stores, where there is memory space available for every user. do the cleaning completely FREE .
Disinfecting your Samsung Galaxy phone is as easy as visiting an official service center or Samsung Experience store, as Spain is one of the first markets to offer this service.
This disinfection is performed with special devices that use UV-C light and aggressive chemicals or something strange are not required in this case, as the process is compatible with every Samsung Galaxy smartphone is. Galaxy Watch watches and Galaxy Buds headphones without exception.
And the best part is that Samsung currently Samsung has already activated its Galaxy Sanitizing Service in 19 countries around the world including all of the following released by SamMobile:
Argentina, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the United States, Ukraine and Vietnam.
Not only this, and they very soon announce from South Korea the same service for 25 other markets including some major countries in a much broader list:
Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Mexico, Netherlands, Panama, Philippines, Romania, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Die United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
Without a doubt thanks to the movement of the Koreans, who in this case are very aware that our phones are with us all day without paying too much attention to them and that is most of it No time either. We don't even know where we leave them, how we collect them or whether they are properly cleaned when we store or use them.
In addition, as previously mentioned, Samsung was one of the first technology companies to experience the closure of some of its factories due to coronavirus infections. It is therefore logical that these were the first to try to help. Good initiative, Samsung!
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