Samsung, in collaboration with iFixit, provides the user with the necessary training and tools to repair Galaxy phones
Samsung will soon launch a self-repair initiative in the United States in collaboration with iFixit, which will provide spare parts, repair tools and training to repair phones and Samsung will make Galaxy tablets available to ordinary users.
Samsung’s new self-repair program starting this summer and with Covering the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 family of phones, along with the Galaxy Tab S7+ will start. Samsung says it will add more devices to the self-repair plan in the future. It is not yet clear whether Samsung’s new plan will expand to more markets in the future.
According to the self-repair plan, users of supported phones will have access to the display panels, glass back panel and charging port of their devices. In the Samsung press release battery replacement is not mentioned; But according to The Verge, the CEO of Samsung America has confirmed that to simplify the repair process, the display panels will be available to the user connected to the battery.
Not to mention that users can return their old phone parts to Samsung for recycling. send.