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Galaxy S20 Screen Repair

Samsung Galaxy S20 Screen Repair

The Samsung S20 was released in early 2020. Building upon the success of the S10 line, the S20 offered cutting-edge specifications including a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, up to 512GB of storage, and Samsung’s impressive new 120Hz AMOLED display. However, as with any mobile device, accidents can sometimes happen which may damage this delicate component. At Phone Repair Centre, we recognize the frustration and inconvenience a cracked or broken mobile screen can cause. With same-day repair options available, we aim to have your S20 back up and running quickly so you can continue enjoying that high-quality display.

Screen Replacement (Glass Screen) $350.00
Screen Replacement (Glass Screen + LCD) $370.00
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No matter your device, our experts can help you get back up and running fast. Check out the device we service to learn more about our device repairs.

The cost to repair a Samsung S20 screen varies depending on these factors:

Repair Provider:

  • Samsung: Expect the highest cost for repairs directly through Samsung.
  • Authorized Third-Party Repair Centers: Often offer competitive prices with high-quality parts and service.
  • Independent Repair Shops: Can be more affordable, but research the shop’s reputation and experience with Samsung devices.

Extent of the Damage: Minor cracks will cost less than repairs requiring a full display replacement.

Here’s a general idea of screen replacement costs for the Samsung S20:

  • Samsung Official Repair Prices will vary slightly based on your location, but expect the highest repair costs here.
  • Third-Party Repair Providers Prices will vary, so it’s essential to get quotes. Look for shops authorized by Samsung or those with good reviews for Samsung repairs.

Since the Galaxy S20 is the same as the Samsung S20, the repair cost information provided above applies.

Technically, yes, the Samsung S20 glass can be replaced. However, here’s what you should know:

  • Difficulty and Risk: Modern smartphones like the S20 have the display components tightly bonded. Separating the glass risks damaging other parts of the display.
  • Practical Approach: Even with minor cracks, technicians often recommend replacing the entire display unit to guarantee proper function and avoid future issues.

What Does The Samsung Galaxy S20 Screen Repair Service Include?

Samsung S20 is a popular smartphone that offers a range of impressive features. Nonetheless, similar to all electronic devices, it is not devoid of its shortcomings. It has several screen issues that need addressing. Here are some of the problems:

Screen Flickering and Color Distortion:

  • This issue renders the devices unusable as owners can’t make out what’s on their screens.
  • It’s unclear whether this is a hardware fault or a software issue.

Green Lines on Display:If the phone was never dropped or submerged in water, suggesting that this could be a manufacturing defect.

Unresponsive Touchscreen:This could be due to a variety of reasons such as a buggy application, a screen protector obstructing the digitizer, a dirty screen, a system freeze, or a broken digitizer.

Screen Burn-In:

  • This is a permanent defect on the display caused by having static images over a long time.
  • This could be problematic for people who keep their screens on the same image.

Random Screen Touch Inputs (Ghost Touch):This can cause the device to open apps and make selections on its own.

Dead Pixels:

  • Dead pixels are individual pixels on the screen that do not function properly, resulting in small black or colored dots.
  • While not a widespread problem, some phones have the presence of dead pixels, which can be bothersome, especially when viewing images or videos.