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    Samsung offers free smartphone sanitizing service

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    I am sure all of you already know that the Covid-19 has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO advises all of us to wash our hands as frequently as possible. But did you know that you have to clean your smartphones too frequently?

    Keeping your smartphones clean is compulsory. That’s what Samsung thinks too. Thanks to Samsung Malaysia, now your smartphone can be cleaned by Samsung’s Galaxy Sanitising Service. This is a free service which Samsung is offering for all its Samsung devices.

    I know you will be thinking what’s the difference Samsung cleaning your smartphone than you cleaning it by yourself. Well, first of all, Samsung says that it will be using UV-C light to clean your Galaxy devices. This is a technology which a company PhoneSoap has developed back in 2009. According to Samsung, it has tested this technology before offering it to its customers.

    All you have to do is bring along your Samsung smartphones and walk into the nearest service centre to sanitize your smartphone. Did you know that your smartphone has 18 times germs compared to the germs in the restrooms? Watch the video below to know what is PhoneSoap.

    However, Samsung did not mention that using this 3rd party device it will kill all the bacteria, germs or viruses yet. But to avoid having contact with the germs, it’s better to bring your Galaxy devices to your nearest service centre to get it sanitized for free. Apart from Samsung, Apple also has also revealed a few ways to disinfect your Apple devices too. All you need to do is use the alcohol wipes or Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to clean your Apple devices.

    In conclusion, it’s better to keep your third hands clean too apart from your both hands. For more information visit the Samsung website for more information on Samsung Galaxy Sanitising Service in Malaysia.

    Raaj Lokanathan
    Raaj Lokanathan
    A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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