If you need a brand new display replacement for Nova 3e, we are here to help. Huawei Nova 3e is not the newest but still a smartphone that’s up to today’s standards and yet not that pricy. It is a great smartphone, but we won’t be talking about its features here. If you, unfortunately, dropped your phone or damaged its display in any other way, we will give you all the information you need from the display’s description to price and repairing process. Also, we will provide you with, later in the Q&A, additional info in regularly asked questions like warranty, self-replacement, and transit damage.
Did you buy Nova Huawei Nova 3e Phone Overseas?
We know that Huawei never launched the Nova 3e model in India. Most people having this phone have bought it from outside India. For example, you went abroad for work and bought the phone there like in Dubai, Singapore, and other such countries. It is also possible that someone gifted the phone to you and it got damaged. However, you don’t need to worry as its display is available on Touch LCD Baba. People who bought the phone from foreign countries often worry when the display is damaged, but luckily, we are selling Nova 3e screen replacement, which you can buy in India.
The display size of Nova e3 is 5.84-inch with a 1080×2280 pixel resolution. The Nova 3e display is a complete combo of LCD, as well as the touch screen glass. It means that both parts are combined, and you should not replace them individually. When looking to replace the broken display, you should make sure to get 100% new display and touch screen combo. The usual Nova 3e display price is around ₹3,000, with all parts being 100% authentic, tested, and you can even get a 30-day money-back guarantee for manufacturing defects.
Almost any smartphone will have touch screen problems if left uncared for. Sometimes hot and moist climates can create severe issues for touch screens, but more often, its a more straightforward problem like display or touch screen breaking or malfunctioning because of external factors like dropping your phone or sitting on it. The touchscreen glass is fragile, and even with the newest generation of smartphones that have gorilla glass, breaking your screen is not unheard of!