This is in addition to existing preventing tips already put in place by the World Health Organization.
Samsung has begun to roll out a free Galaxy device sanitising service worldwide.
The Galaxy Sanitizing Service is being offered for free through official Samsung Service Center and Samsung Experience Stores in select countries now and the service is being expanded continuously.
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According to a report by SamMobile (via 9to5Google), users in the USA and 18 other countries can call into one of Samsung's Service Centers of Experience Stores and get a UV-C light disinfection for their phone, whether it's a Samsung model or not. Samsung did not immediately respond to Business Insider's question about whether this means it will clean iPhones and other devices made by competing companies. Currently, only the Malaysia page of the service is visible. The sanitizing is available in 19 countries for the time being, including the United States. It will happen quickly and efficiently in the Samsung stores. Samsung uses UV-C light to sterilize your phone without the need for harmful chemicals or other materials that can damage your device.
The UV-C light, according to Sam Mobile, is able to effectively kill bacteria and viruses on surfaces and floating in the air around your environment. The company also assures us that the technology won't have any effect on the smartphone, however, results may vary depending on the model. And the tools are also pretty advanced since there will be used UV-C light. 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.
SamMobile's source report says that Samsung will soon be expanding its cleaning service rollout to; Australia, Austria, Canada, Czech, 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 UK. This gesture from Samsung is highly encouraging, and could go a long way to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.