Phones these days get bigger and bigger, more complex and often easier to break. If you drop your phone there is always a chance of breaking your lcd screen display. The ideal solution is not to crack your display by dropping your phone but of course it can happen sometimes unfortunately. If you have the misfortune of breaking your screen then many people assume it will be an incredibly expensive job to repair your phone with an authorised Samsung authentic screen. This is simply not the case if you do a DIY do it yourself repair. Is this possible for the average joe is a very often asked question.. The answer in general is yes. There are many youtube videos and disassembly instructions to help you in the repair. It’s a simple case of unscrewing your phone and swapping over everything.
Why, you may be thinking is it important to use an original authentic display and not some Chinese copy digitizer touch screen? The answer is very simple, Chinese displays are of a poor quality which often breaks after a small period of time as they use previously damaged and repaired parts. What’s more they don’t have gorilla glass on the front of the display so they break incredibly easy and you end up paying double in the end. The answer is to buy an original display and get your phone fixed back to the factory standard as new. Black mist, blue dark grey, white or black edition makes no difference, all the displays are the same when sourced from Samsung.
Now you understand what you need and why, you are probably wondering where can you buy your new Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F or Galaxy S6 Edge SM-G925F S6 Lcd Screen Display original genuine Samsung lcd screen display from at a cheap good price whilst making sure that you really are buying an authentic supplied by Samsung UK product? Well with 14 years of supplying genuine original displays your honest supplier of choice could be here: Original Genuine Galaxy S6 Display who buy directly from Samsung. Good luck with your repair, buy original and save money with the cheapest repair getting it done properly the 1st time.