It must be noted that these Samsung Care-authorized service centers are already available in every major metro city of the United States, but by early 2019, the company plans to add 200 more uBreakiFix locations in order to reach even more customers than they already do.
Namuga now supplies Samsung with camera modules for its low-end and mid-range smartphones, such as the Galaxy A and Galaxy J, but the firm may be due to move up to the high-end line next year. The company claims that the new service locations will offer same-day support and will expand further throughout this year.
No-one really explains what this is trying to prove or to who, but I guess it demonstrates that yes, the Galaxy S9 is waterproof, and yes, T-Mobile has coverage in the middle of this one particular lake. At least, Samsung owners of supported flagship devices will have easier access to these locations, that is if they live in metro areas of course.
According to the company's most recent press release, however, the situation in the U.S. may change in the near future. Samsung says "most repairs" will be completed in two hours or less.More news: Star bowler Rabada banned for rest of SA-Australia series
Samsung collaborates with the uBreakiFix fix service to offer same-day repairs for Galaxy phones in the U.S. Plus, the companies plan to add nearly 200 additional service locations by early 2019.
You can simply walk in and drop off your device at one of the locations or schedule an appointment online.
Senior Vice President of Customer Care at Samsung Electronics America, Michael Lawder, said that "the goal of Samsung is to provide best customer first service experience that is innovative as our products".