This partnership will convert over 300 uBreakiFix locations across the United States to Samsung "Authorized Service Providers". What's more, it says that most repairs can be completed in two hours or less, and are fixed on-site. The supplier won't be the one implementing its camera modules into the Galaxy S10 series, with Samsung reportedly planning to carry out that task in collaboration with Namuga, a Seongnam, South Korea-based imaging firm which also specializes in 3D sensing technologies, in addition to developing conventional mobile cameras. Also, by early 2019, Samsung and uBreakiFix plan to add about 200 more Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations to expand customer reach.
Galaxy S and Galaxy Note owners will be able to bring their phones to any uBreakiFix location or schedule an appointment online and get their device fixed very quickly. Samsung typically puts a one-year manufacturer's warranty on its Galaxy flagships.
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To make this possible, the company has partnered with uBreakiFix so that you are able to get the best possible fix services should anything happen to your smartphone.
"This announcement marks a fundamental shift in our care offerings to consumers and underscores our commitment to provide Samsung customers with support anywhere, anytime our customers need it", said Michael Lawder, Samsung's SVP of Customer Care. The only detail is that you have to activate at least one new line of service, but if you're already on a family unlimited plan, that's not particularly expensive. Samsung wants to make the process a little more convenient. Just consider buying a case first.