Besides the Singapore local Samsung service centre which is located at Plaza Singapura and Westgate, you may also opt for third-party repairers which usually cost you much less compared to the official service centre.
As Singapore’s leading phone repair shop, we at Mister Mobile is your best chance of getting your Samsung phone repaired in a jiffy. Our technicians are all trained and have been professionally repairing Samsung mobile devices since 2010. We also back up our repair services with a comprehensive 30-day warranty.
We can repair most Samsung mobile device issues within 60 minutes. 90% of all the repairs in Singapore can be done in our service centres islandwide.
Mister Mobile currently has branches across Singapore!
You can check out more about all outlets here.
Some of the most common Samsung repairs for Samsung phones are:
More often than not, our customers often confused between a SCREEN and an LCD. Both products seemed to be the same but they are actually separate products. We can do a free check-up for you if you are unsure. You can also refer to our screen replacement blog post.
If your phone’s touch is still responsive and there are no discolored lines and/or pixels on the display, you can directly replace the screen. However, if your touch screen is not responsive and the display is discolored and/or has dead pixels, you might need an LCD replacement.
Samsung service centre also provides screen and LCD replacements but they are usually cost higher. You can check their price here.
Having your device heats up when charging and/or being idle is a dangerous symptom. It usually means your battery is damaged and you should change it ASAP to prevent further damage to other parts.
Q: “How much does it cost to fix a Samsung screen?”
A: It all depends on the model of your phone. Newer devices will usually cost more and special devices such as Samsung Z Flip and Z Fold will cost even more. However, these devices usually come with a special warranty to cover the screen damage. You can also check their prices here.
Q: “Where can I get my Samsung phone fixed?”
A: Samsung service centre is located at Plaza Singapura and Westgate. You can also bring your device to their dropoff customer service centre where their staff will transfer the device to the respective service centre for repairing.
Provide services for all Samsung Products