Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown: Dual Aperture Tricks

Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown: Dual Aperture Tricks

Samsung Galaxy S9 Teardown: Dual Aperture Tricks

The uBreakiFix locations working with Samsung will be working with genuine parts, and will utilize the same proprietary fix tools to bring your phone back to its fine day-one form. Samsung has plans to continue to expand the program across the country throughout 2018. The new service will offer USA customers assistance anywhere and anytime they needed.

Currently, uBreakiFix has more than 300 locations, but that's expected to expand by almost 200 more by early 2019.

Phone owners can schedule an appointment at a uBreakiFix service locations via the company's site or come with the device at the location and require assistance. uBreakiFix service shops use only genuine parts and proprietary Samsung instruments when they do the repairs.

The owners of Galaxy would have the option of either scheduling an appointment at a uBreakiFix location, or just dropping the phone off without making any calls ahead.

The Samsung Care authorized uBreakiFix service locations are in all major USA metro areas and reach the majority of the continental us population.

Established in 2005, Mantis Vision attracted a combined US$10 million from Samsung and electronics design firm Flextronics in 2014. The Galaxy S9 still has a fingerprint sensor, now with a more comfortable positioning below the back camera, plus it offers facial security and Samsung's own take on animated emoji.

Samsung is reportedly rolling out the first software update for the Galaxy S9 series in more markets after the software package was initially released in smaller numbers in Germany and in the United States for T-Mobile's variants.

According to a new report from Korean news outlet The Bell, Israeli startup Mantis Vision is teaming up with camera module maker Namuga to develop 3D sensing camera technology for Samsung.

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