Due to the lockdown across the country, many smartphone companies have extended the warranty of their devices and this includes Infinix.
Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, smartphone companies have extended the warranty of the devices keeping in mind the convenience of their users. So that if the warranty of their device is about to expire at the time of lockdown then they need not be disturbed. After Realme, OnePlus, and ASUS, Infinix also announced that it has extended the warranty of the company’s devices by two months, giving gifts to its users.
While sharing the post on its Twitter account, Infinix has informed that the warranty of the company’s smartphone has been extended for two months. It has also been clarified that users whose smartphone warranty was to expire between March 20 and May 31, will now get a two-month extension.
Explain that the government has announced a lockdown to prevent the growing effects of Coronavirus. In such a situation where many big events of the tech world have been canceled, the tech companies are donating masks to support the government. Also, keeping the convenience of its users in mind, the warranty of the devices has also been extended. So that the lockdown does not have to face the hassle of ending the warranty. Companies have extended the warranty for one and two months.
Recently Infinix has launched two of its new smartphones Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite. The company has not officially announced its launch, but both these smartphones have been listed on the company’s official website. But their price and availability have not been revealed at the moment. Infinix Note 7 and Note 7 Lite have special features such as 48MP primary camera and 5000mAh battery.