Smartphones have become our constant companions. Although this is convenient, always carrying around your smartphone also increases the risk of an accidental drop. And given how fragile smartphones can be, it isn’t hard to crack the screen if you accidentally drop it. Keep reading to learn more about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 screen repair services.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 screen replacement cost
Samsung released the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in August 2020. As we often see with newer smartphones, it isn’t cheap to replace a broken display, but repairing the phone will be cheaper than replacing the phone.
|Samsung Screen Repair (out-of-warranty)||Replacement Price (Swappa)|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G||$219||Starting around $490|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G||$269||Starting around $660|
Prices based on cracked screen repair costs and average phone costs in July 2021.
As you will see in the table above, Samsung currently charges $219 to repair the screen on a Galaxy Note 20 and $229 to repair the screen on a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Some people may be tempted to use a broken phone as an excuse to upgrade to a newer model, but when the Galaxy Note 20 is the newest in the Note lineup, you should instead start looking for a trusted local repair shop.
You will be able to find a trusted repair shop in the Swappa Repair Network. The Swappa Repair Network currently lists more than 2,400 repair shops that are spread across the United States. Some of those shops are also Samsung Authorized Service Providers, which will help when you set out to replace the cracked screen on your Galaxy Note 20.
Service times will vary depending on the current schedule of the repair shop you select, however, in many cases you will be able to get your Galaxy Note 20 repaired the same day, or even while you wait. Simply put, the Swappa Repair Network is your quickest route to repair. You should also trust all of the shops listed in the repair network because they need to meet certain criteria to be listed. The shops listed in the Swappa Repair Network need to have a verifiable business name, address, phone number, and web presence. They are also required to have a retail business location and offer a minimum 30-day warranty on all repairs.
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Can I fix my cracked Galaxy Note 20 myself?
You may be able to fix the cracked screen on your Galaxy Note 20, but there is a slightly different version of this question you should be asking — whether you should. The answer here is a firm NO.
You should not attempt to repair your Galaxy Note 20 yourself because you may end up doing more damage, which could lead to your phone being completely unusable. The techs in trusted repair shops have the necessary experience and the proper tools. These shops also use quality replacement parts, which in some cases, means OEM replacement parts that you may not be able to get on your own.
Is Samsung Galaxy Note 20 screen repair worth it?
Yes, it is worth replacing a damaged screen on a Galaxy Note 20. Typically, you have three options when it comes to a damaged smartphone — repair, replace, or upgrade. In the case of a newer model smartphone like the Galaxy Note 20, it would be more expensive to replace it with a gently used model. In addition, given the Galaxy Note 20 is the newest model in the Note lineup, upgrading to a newer model Galaxy Note just isn’t possible.
One exception we can see with the ‘upgrade’ plan is if you broke the screen on your Galaxy Note 20 and plan to use this as an excuse to upgrade to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. If you are considering the broken-Note-20 to gently-used-Note-20-Ultra route you should tap the widget below to get started on your search.
With repair being the best option for most people — you can get started on your search for a trusted local repair shop by tapping the green button below.