Samsung, along with other big OEMs, extended the warranty on most of its products due to the COVID-19 crisis about a month ago. With the service centers closed, the company had to compensate its customers somehow, so anyone with a Samsung device with expiring warranty between March 20 and April 30 will be able to fix their phone until May 31. Today, Samsung Croatia is extending that period even further.
Since the extended period is slightly different depending on the market, the new date for Croatian Samsung owners is pushed back to July 15. Initially, customers in the country had their warranties extended until June 15. Now anyone with a Samsung product with warranty ending between March 15 and June 15 is applicable for an extension until July 15.
Even though the Croatian branch is the first to re-extend the warranty period, others will probably follow suit soon enough as the crisis in some parts of the world deepens.