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Samsung expands program for self-repair technology. Now users can customize not only smartphones, but also TVs, monitors and even soundbars.

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Samsung will launch a program for self-repair of smartphones in 2022, but now it has expanded significantly. The updated list of devices that users can repair themselves includes TVs, monitors, laptops, soundbars and even a projector!

The full list of devices looks like this:

Smartphones,

    • Galaxy Z Fold5;

 

    • Galaxy Z Flip5;

 

    • Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, S23 Ultra, S23 FE;

 

    • Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, S22 Ultra;

 

    • Galaxy S21, S21 Plus, S21 Ultra;

 

    • Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, S20 Ultra.

 

Planchettes,

    • Galaxy Tab S9, S9 Plus, S9 Ultra, S9 FE, S9 FE Plus;

 

    • Galaxy Tab S7 Plus.

 

Laptops,

    • Galaxy Book2 Pro 15;

 

    • Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 15;

 

    • Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 5G 13.3;

 

    • Galaxy Book Pro 15;

 

    • Galaxy Book Pro 360 15.

 

TVs,

    • 77″ Class OLED S90C TV;

 

    • 98″ Class Samsung Neo QLED 8K QN990C TV;

 

    • 75″ Class The Frame – Disney100 Edition;

 

    • 65″ Class The Frame – Disney100 Edition;

 

    • 55″ Class The Frame – Disney100 Edition;

 

    • 85″ Class The Terrace Full Sun Samsung Neo QLED 4K LST9C.

 

Projectors,

    • Freestyle Gen 2 with Gaming Hub

 

Monitors,

    • 27″ ViewFinity S9 5K Monitor;

 

    • 34″ ViewFinity S65UC Ultra-WQHD;

 

    • 34″ ViewFinity S65VC Ultra-WQHD;

 

    • 57″ Odyssey Neo G9 Dual 4K UHD;

 

    • 27″ M80C Smart Monitor 4K UHD;

 

    • 27″ M70C Smart Monitor 4K UHD;

 

    • 27″ Odyssey G55C Gaming QHD.

 

Soundtracks:

    • HW-A445;

 

    • HW-S80CB;

 

    • HW-S68CB;

 

    • MX-ST5CB.

 

For all devices in this review the company offers original spare parts, tools and detailed step-by-step guides for self-repair. It is important to note that this program concerns only the US market.

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