Samsung launches self-repair program


Samsung is launching an at-home repair program for its smartphone. Thus, you will change, among other things, the battery or the display assembly.

Samsung is following in the footsteps of Apple, which in late 2021 announced the creation of the Self Repair Service program, allowing owners of Apple smartphones to repair their smartphone at home. In this way, users can repair iPhone 12 and 13 models.

Service Korean manufacturer created in collaboration with iFixit – at first users of devices from Galaxy S20, Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Tab S7+ series will be able to repair their equipment. However, the manufacturer is already announcing today the expansion of this offer.

Users will be able to replace the display assembly, charging ports, rear glass, and batteries themselves. The necessary elements will be delivered to our home in a box, in which we can then safely put the broken components, and then send them to the manufacturer for recycling.

It is not yet known exactly when the self-repair program will begin – the Korean manufacturer says it will happen this summer. Unfortunately, for now, only U.S. residents will benefit. We hope that someday we will also see it expand to other countries and continents.