Samsung announced that it will make available same-day support services to Samsung Galaxy phone owners nationwide. The supplier won't be the one implementing its camera modules into the Galaxy S10 series, with Samsung reportedly planning to carry out that task in collaboration with Namuga, a Seongnam, South Korea-based imaging firm which also specializes in 3D sensing technologies, in addition to developing conventional mobile cameras.
In an ad theme called 'What's Next?', the 36-year old Man United striker will test Samsung's products "in completely new ways".
It also gives Samsung phone owners an Apple Care-like presence around the country, where users can get their devices services without having to send them off or trust an unauthorised third-party to carry out the work. Samsung says it will cover "more than 300" authorized service locations in the U.S., which are said to reach "the majority of the continental USA population, within a 30-mile radius." uBreakiFix's website says the company runs just under 380 stores across the country.
Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic said previous year that he owned an iPhone 7 but he's ditching the Apple smartphone now in favor of the Galaxy S9.
Airport 'tape' sheds new light on Kathmandu plane crash
About aircraft pilot Abid Sultan, who was killed in the crash, Naim said he was from the air force. The Bangladeshi airliner operates aircraft of Canadian Bombardier Inc and Boeing on the route.
You can go basically anywhere to get your Galaxy flagship fixed if need be, but sometimes that can take a few days to get done.
Starting March 15 (tomorrow), if you run into an issue with your Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 8, or Galaxy Note 5, there is a good chance that your nearby uBreakiFix store can help. As an authorized Samsung Care fix location, these stores will be using Samsung approved fix methods and parts.
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.