In accordance with the Govt. of India’s decision to put the country under complete lockdown has created a major problem for availing tech services from various brands. Keeping this in mind Realme has announced it has extended the warranty till May 31 and replacement period to 30 days. Users who own Realme products whose warranty will expire during the lockdown period and the products purchased between March 15 and April 30 are all included in this scheme.
Realme is covering all the products i.e. smartphones, fitness bands, earphones, chargers, and other accessories.
This announcement was made in a tweet by the company In a posted headlined ‘We care for you’, Realme said the warranty and replacement periods have been extended for all the products.
Realme recently suspended the launch of its Narzo series. The Narzo ten and Narzo 10A smartphones were regular to launch in India on March twenty-six via a pre-recorded announcement video.
The Narzo ten is probably going the rebranded Realme 6i whereas the Narzo 10A is that the Realme C3 triple-camera variant aimed for the Indian market. The Chinese whole conjointly shut its producing facilities briefly to fits the imprisonment issued by the Indian government.