Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Repair Service No Longer Lags Behind Apple

Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Repair Service No Longer Lags Behind Apple

Samsung Galaxy Smartphone Repair Service No Longer Lags Behind Apple

Samsung said "the majority" of the continental United States population lives within a 30-mile radius of an authorized uBreakiFix service location. Samsung is also holding a series of roadshows in popular malls around the country, where Malaysians cannot only experience the new phone for themselves, but also be rewarded for purchasing them at the roadshows. Stores will be able to work on repairs covered by your warranty, as well as those that aren't (such as broken screens) for an affordable cost. Customers will receive same-day support, and most repairs will be completed within two hours.

Samsung latest flagship smartphone S9 is surely one of the company's best designed, attractive, up-to-the-date and eye-catching smartphone.

To use this service, you can either schedule an appointment online, or just head to an authorized uBreakiFix service location and drop off your device.

Samsung is certainly trying to maintain the same pace at which Apple provides its after-sales service but the California-based giant is far ahead of other companies in terms of phone maintenance and service availability.

Israeli startup Mantis Vision is reportedly working on developing 3-D sensing camera solutions for Samsung Electronics' next-generation Galaxy S smartphones, tentatively called the Galaxy S10, according to news reports on March 15.

This is great advertisement from Samsung, since ideal customer support is one of the main reasons iPhone users choose to be loyal to the Apple brand. Major mobile carriers in the U.S. offer their own protection plans as well. This appears to be a step in the right direction, though, and should lead to a little more convenience for clumsy Galaxy fans. Samsung is attempting to change that somewhat today, with an announcement that they are teaming with uBreakiFix to offer quick repairs for your Galaxy phones.

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