Android Authority: Samsung launches home repair program for new devices
Samsung has allowed users of the brand’s new smartphones and tablets to repair their devices on their own. This is reported by the publication Android Authority.
Media journalists referred to the company’s materials. The corporation said that they are launching a self-repair program for smartphones and tablets. Under its rules, consumers will be able to service their devices at home. The partner of the new program is iFixit.
At the first stage of the program, owners of Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 series smartphones, as well as Galaxy Tab S7 Plus tablets, will be able to repair their gadgets. Then the offer will be extended to other devices. Users will be able to purchase DIY parts and tools to replace the screen, back glass, and charging ports on their devices.
Those who wish to service their smartphones and tablets will be able to purchase repair kits at the company’s SC and on the iFixit website. Along with the tools, Samsung will offer official instructions. The company did not disclose the cost of the kits, but noted that ordinary users will be able to purchase them at the same price as partner service centers.
Samsung announced the launch of the brand’s smartphone self-service program in early April. Earlier, at the end of November, Apple announced a similar program.