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Samsung Expands Self-Repair Program to 30 European Countries

Samsung has announced an expansion of its Self-Repair program to 30 European countries, including Denmark, Greece, Hungary, and Portugal. This expansion will allow consumers to access genuine parts for repairing their devices at home, including the latest foldables from Samsung.

The Self-Repair program aims to provide consumers with genuine parts to fix their devices at home. This includes new displays, charging ports, back glass, and more for Galaxy phones, as well as front and rear cases, displays, batteries, touchpads, a power key with a fingerprint reader, rubber feet, fans, and speakers for the Galaxy Book series.

In addition to expanding the coverage of its Self-Repair program, Samsung will also be including its latest devices in the program. This includes the Galaxy S23 series, Tab S9 series, Galaxy Book2 Pro series, and the brand’s FE devices such as the Galaxy S23 FE and the Tab S9 FE.

The expansion of the program will also see partnerships with ASWO to distribute parts in Germany, France, Poland, and the U.K. Additionally, Samsung has also expanded its partnership with uBreakiFix to create 50 new repair shops across the United States by the end of 2023, where trained technicians will have access to genuine parts and equipment to handle repairs.

The expansion of the Self-Repair program and the addition of genuine parts for the latest devices demonstrates Samsung’s commitment to providing options for consumers to repair their devices. With the expansion of the program to 30 European countries, Samsung aims to make it easier for consumers to access genuine parts for their devices and repair them at home.