Samsung is one of the most popular smartphone brands in the world. Currently, it takes first place on the list of top 10 smartphone brands in the world. Many of its devices, like Galaxy S4, Galaxy A10 or Samsung Tocco Ultra (S8300) hold high spots in the most popular smartphones of their year lists. One of the reasons for this popularity is that Samsung uses Android OS, system known for it ease of use and modability - there are as many variants of Android as there are sands on the beach. Even if this article was not about Samsung, chances are very high that it would be read by the owner of a phone made by that company. Samsung's latest phone models are, currently, budget Samsung Galaxy A21s, mid-ranger Galaxy A41 and high-end Galaxy S9, with Galaxy S20 currently in the making.
Now, that was a fine and probably boring intro, but what about your phone's warranty? Don't worry, I am getting to it. The way to find out whether your warranty is still active or not is quite simple: all you
need to do is to find the phone's purchase document. On it there should be a date describing when the device's warranty expires. If your phone is still covered by it, you can take it and the document to the nearby Samsung store and they will have it fixed for you in no time.
If, for some reason, you do not own or cannot find your Samsung's papers, do not fret, for we have a solution. All you need to do is go to Samsung IMEI checker service, and type your phone's IMEI number. This will allow you to also find out about your
phone's warranty. Done!