Samsung’s Expanded Self-Repair Program: New Devices and 30 More European Countries Joining

Samsung has added 15 more devices to its self-repair program. The devices include the entire Galaxy S23 series, the Galaxy Z Fold5, the Z Flip5 foldables, and the Galaxy Tab S9 series. This program is now expanding to 30 new countries in Europe.

The self-repair program, which initially launched in the US in 2022, provides Galaxy smartphone and tablet users access to genuine parts such as display assemblies, batteries, back covers, and charging ports. The program has expanded to South Korea, several EU countries, Brazil, and Mexico since its inception.

The complete list of devices covered by the self-repair program includes smartphones like the Galaxy S20, S21, S22, S23, and the Galaxy Z series, as well as tablets such as the Galaxy Tab S9 series and Galaxy Tab A9 series. Additionally, the program also covers PCs such as the Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360.

This expansion of the self-repair program demonstrates Samsung’s commitment to providing users with access to genuine parts for their devices. The program’s reach to 30 new countries in Europe, including Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, and Switzerland, will provide more users with the opportunity to repair their Samsung devices with authentic components.

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