The movement for the right to simplify the repair of smartphones and other gadgets, which is gaining momentum in Europe, is bearing more and more fruit: at the end of last year, the launch of a self-repair program was initiated by Apple, and in the spring Samsung and Google joined it. And while the search giant is in preparation, the Koreans officially launched this program this week.
Samsung, in partnership with the iFixit team, has prepared and published free step-by-step repair guides for Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra models; Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra and Galaxy Tab S7+. Parts for these seven models are already on sale at Samsung retail stores as well as the iFixit online catalog . For example, the screen and battery replacement kit costs $167.99 for the Galaxy S21 and $239.99 for the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
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