Samsung US will soon introduce a new self-repair program for Galaxy smartphones and tablets. The Galaxy Self-Repair utility was developed in partnership with iFixit. It provides Samsung device owners with access to replacement parts, repair tools, and guides on how to repair their device. The program will be launched this summer and will initially cover smartphones from Galaxy S20 And the Galaxy S21 series as well as that Galaxy Tab S7 +. More devices will be added over time. It remains to be seen whether the program will be expanded to other markets.
Devices confirmed at launch will have access to screens, glass back panels, and charging components. Battery replacement is not mentioned in the press release. However, Samsung CEO in the United States opposed the edge Assures that the display kits come with batteries to simplify the repair process. Samsung also takes back old parts for repair and defective parts for disposal. More details will be announced when the program is about to launch.
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