The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly all of industries the world over and the smartphone trade can be feeling its results. Shipments have fallen, manufacturing is suspended, shops are shut, and product launches have been canceled or delayed.

In a bid to assist curb the COVID-19 unfold, smartphone manufacturers like Xiaomi and vivo are donating N95 masks to medical doctors and healthcare staff. And now, Realme and OnePlus have joined the struggle by extending the warranties on their merchandise.

Realme’s Indian department has prolonged the guarantee till Might 31, 2020 for these merchandise whose warranties expire between March 20, 2020 and April 30, 2020. Moreover, the corporate has prolonged the substitute interval to 30 days for these merchandise that had been bought between March 15, 2020 and April 30, 2020.

OnePlus, too, has prolonged the guarantee till Might 31, 2020 for merchandise in all areas with warranties expiring between March 1, 2020 and Might 30, 2020.

Furthermore, OnePlus has prolonged the return and substitute interval on its merchandise to 30 days, and it is offering free two-way transport for all returns, replacements and repairs.

The corporate can be engaged on a back-up machine program, as part of which its prospects shall be loaned a cellphone to allow them to keep related with others whereas their cellphone is out for restore.

This program shall be initially accessible in Europe and North America.