Samsung recently announced that it was adding new products to its self-repair program, which will now include select foldable handsets, as well as 50 models across Samsung’s home entertainment portfolio. The company’s self-repair program was launched a couple of years back in 2022, allowing customers to extend the life of their hardware.
More specifically, 14 Galaxy smartphone, tablet, and PC models are now part of the program, which includes the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy Z Fold5, Galaxy Z Flip5, Galaxy Tab S9 series and the Galaxy Book2 series. For home entertainment, Samsung has also included 20 visual display products such as the Freestyle 2nd Gen projector. Mark Williams, Vice President of Customer Care at Samsung Electronics Americas comments:
“We know that consumers want reliable and convenient repair options to keep their devices up and running. This expansion is one more way Samsung is showing its continued commitment to provide our customers with choice… For those who want to take repair into their own hands, we’re supplying them with more options for a wider array of products to extend the life of the products they love.”
In partnership with Encompass Supply Chain Solutions, the self-repair program allows owners of eligible devices to access a wide range of compatible parts such as speakers, SIM tray, side key and volume key components for mobile devices, speakers and fan replacements for laptops, as well as tool kits and step-by-step guides for repairs, to name a few.
Of course with the addition of parts and guides for Samsung’s home entertainment systems, Samsung now offers buyers a bit more freedom with how they can repair their devices.