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How To Check Warranty Of Samsung Smartphones?

Nowadays, the warranty has become a great concern among the people who use smartphones. Maybe he/she has a Mid-range or Flagship smartphone. If, by chance, any software or hardware damage happens to the phone through any means, it should be cost-free. Everybody wants their smartphone to be repaired free with genuine parts or software.

Samsung is a big tech giant in the smartphone sector and is always in the news for its advanced and attractive design phones. Many Samsung users have been asking for so many days that they are facing issues with their smartphone, but they can’t visit the Samsung Service Support Store because they don’t know if their phones are in warranty. Lost the invoice, and they don’t remember when they have purchased or activated their phone. Read more Samsung Galaxy August 2022 Update List: Security Patches And Models [Updated]

This article will give you all the information on how to check the warranty of Samsung smartphones. 

Generally, a minimum one-year warranty is offered by any company, whether it is a smartphone or any other electronic product. But also remember that it can vary from product to product.

As I said above, Samsung also offers one year warranty for all types of smartphones. But how to know if your smartphone is in warranty or not? Read more Samsung One UI 5.0 Ineligible Galaxy Device List [Update]

Here is the easy way by which you can know the warranty of your phone and do not need to remember or write the date of purchase(activation) in your diary. Read more Samsung Themes getting a new version v5.2.05.7 update- What’s New?

First of all, For checking the warranty, you should have the IMEI number. It is the 15-digit number of the device and the most important thing for knowing the warranty. If you don’t know the IMEI, don’t worry. Below are the steps to know IMEI.

To Find out your IMEI number on Samsung Galaxy Smartphone:

  • First of all, Turn on the dialer that comes with the system.
  • Then, Enter “*#06#”. Your IMEI number will be displayed on-screen.
  • Also, You can view IMEI information printed on your device packaging.
  • You can view IMEI information in “Settings > About Phone.”

After knowing IMEI, What you have to do is, you have to visit this site.

  • Click on the link, then sign in to your Samsung account.
  • Then, Choose your Location and type your product’s Serial Number or IMEI number.

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