Samsung’s self-repair program is now available for more devices. There are 14 new devices including the Galaxy S23 series, Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, Tab S9 series, the Book 2 series, and the Freestyle 2 projector.
In total, Samsung will offer self-repair options for nearly 50 models across its product portfolio, making it one of the most comprehensive programs in the industry. This latest expansion is part of the company’s commitment to add more devices over time as the program matures.
Galaxy smartphone owners can now access a broader assortment of self-repair parts at their fingertips. On phones and tablets, consumers can fix the speakers, SIM tray, side key, and volume key, in addition to existing parts for display assemblies, back glass, and charging ports.
Galaxy Book owners will be able to replace the left and right speakers and fan, in addition to existing repairs for the display, battery, power key with fingerprint reader, touchpad, front and rear cases, and rubber feet. Low-cost tool kits can be purchased as a bundle with parts, or separately and used for a variety of device repairs.
The South Korean tech giant is also evolving its long-standing collaboration with Encompass Supply Chain Solutions to give customers access to genuine parts, tools, and repair guides for smartphones, tablets, and PCs, plus select foldable devices and home entertainment products.