Samsung simplifies repair on its own, partners with Ifixit

Samsung, in collaboration with Ifixit, has invested in making it easier for customers to repair their broken Galaxy phones themselves. The program is now being launched this summer, but it may only apply to the US.

Namely, the news seems to have only been announced via email to North American technology blogs. The bet is limited initially and refers to the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S21 series, as well as the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus.

The Verge claims that the Galaxy S22 series is not included, while Droid Life writes the opposite. Customers can access spare parts and tools. Sent in broken components are recycled by Samsung. At least initially, the investment only covers the replacement of the screen, the glass back and the charging port – not the battery or other parts.

However, it is a welcome initiative by Samsung and a step in the right direction.

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