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And since they are authorized centers, they only use genuine parts, proprietary Samsung tools when repairing your device, and of course, those fixing your phones are Samsung-certified professionals. Samsung says "most repairs" will be completed in two hours or less. While the engadget article states budget Samsung phones are out of luck, clicking the "Start your repair" button on the uBreakiFix website, shows phones like the S4, and even the j3 and j7 listed. The company has announced that it is partnering with over 300 uBreakiFix stores around the USA to provide legitimate Samsung parts and tools in order to fix phones usually within two hours or less.

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.

Authorized uBreakiFix stores offer screen replacements, camera repairs, battery replacements, port repairs, and more for Samsung phones ranging from the Galaxy S6 to the latest Galaxy S9.

Reaching the "majority of the continental USA population", these 371 certified Samsung Care locations are spread across "all major USA metro areas", welcoming walk-ins, as well as appointments for blazing fast repairs.

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You can simply walk in and drop off your device at one of the locations or schedule an appointment online.

At this point, it's really only a matter of time before Samsung and other major Android vendors match Apple with 3D sensing cameras of their own.

Getting a broken phone fixed can be stressful. Will you make use of this new partnership between Samsung and uBreakiFix? Also, by early 2019, Samsung and uBreakiFix plan to add about 200 more Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations to expand customer reach.

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".