Huawei has announced that the warranty for Huawei devices expiring in India between March 21 and June 21, their warranty deadline is now being extended to June 30. These devices include many products such as smartphones, smartwatches, headsets, and chargers. The same announcement was made by Honor’s sub-brand Honor on Thursday. Honor has extended the warranty deadline of all its products such as phones, wearables, headsets, and accessories by the end of June. The extended deadline is available for products whose warranties expire from March 21 to June 21.
This announcement has been made by companies at a time when the entire country is going through a pandemic like Covid-19 i.e. Coronavirus. Recently, the Government of India announced a 14-day lockdown across the country, due to which many facilities and services in India have been stopped. Due to this threat, the launch and delivery of many smartphones across the country have also been canceled, according to the
news, Huawei has also said that in view of this lockdown due to coronavirus, Huawei’s next notice to service centers across the country Is being closed till Extending the warranty deadline for its products, the company wrote in a tweet, “We are here to support you. For your convenience, we are extending the warranty deadline on all our smartphones, smartwatches, headsets, etc.”
Similarly, Honor also announced the closure of its service centers until further notice due to lockdown.
Indian users can visit the company’s website to know the warranty status of their products. After entering the serial number and verification code of your product, you will get the information related to it.
In addition, Huawei on Thursday launched the Huawei P40 series at an online event. Apart from this, the company confirmed that the upcoming Honor 30S will be launched on 30 March.