If you need a brand new display for Lenovo P2 (The complete model number is P2a42), we have the right solution available for you. This page offers the Lenovo P2 display and touchscreen combo, suitable for replacing a broken display or touch screen glass.
The screen replacement is necessary in today’s world, and anyone having a broken Lenovo P2 display obviously needs a new phone. There are lots of questions that arise in mind before buying a display replacement. On this page, we want to address all those questions to make an informed decision easily.
Why is the Lenovo P2 display so costly?
This is probably the most frequently asked question from our clients as they often question the price of display. Customers debate that the phone itself wasn’t that costly and how come the Lenovo P2 display can be this costly. While we totally understand their concern, there is almost nothing we can do about the display’s price.
For your information, the Lenovo P2 display is an AMOLED display offering such Vivid colors and brightness. The AMOLED screens are mostly used in high-end phones only, and even in the old times, this phone had the AMOLED screen, which is still not available in most phones. The manufacturing costs of the AMOLED screens are much higher, and even today, the price of such screens has not come down. Even in recent times, any phone having an AMOLED display is very costly to repair. You’ll need to shed a considerable amount to repair the phone.
Why is the display in the local market cheap?
Many customers consider themselves as a jack of all trades. Such customers often go to market, make bargains at certain shops, and conclude that they have found the best deal and quality. Such customers are often victims of counterfeit products because their ultimate goal is finding the best price, not the best quality.
Now, the hard part, why is display in the local market cheap? The vendors in the local market sell duplicate TFT quality screens that work with your phone but offer 40% quality of the original. Now, do you get the point? As you know, low prices attract more buyers; many manufacturers make duplicate low-quality screens to target such customers. Such manufacturers make compatible TFT screens (TFT is the lowest quality you can get), and mechanics market them as the original. Such screens are cheap, customers easily get trapped, and technicians can make easy money. There is only one way to reduce the price, and that is reducing the display quality.
So next time, if you find cheap deals in the market, try to understand that no one will give you benefits out of their pockets. They are still making a profit by selling duplicate screens to you, and it is your delusion that you got the best deal.
Can’t I replace only the touch screen glass?
The touch screen glass replacement is easily said than done. It is just about replacing the broken glass with a new one from the customer’s perspective, but they are barely aware of the process’s technicalities. Many customers want to salvage the old display and use a new glass to get a new display, but that is rarely possible.
The top layer of touch screen glass is merged with the display’s layer, and it is tough to detach. The display itself is fragile, and even a minor pressure can break everything. That’s why you’ll find mostly technicians taking no responsibility if the display breaks during the replacement process. Even if the display breaks due to their lack of knowledge, they will hand over the broken stuff to you, and now you are left in a situation when you must replace the complete display unit if you want to use your phone any further.
The glass replacement is in existence because customers demand cheap options to replace the parts of a display unit. It is not the standard protocol to replace a broken Lenovo P2 display. If you visit the official service center, no one will even discuss the glass replacement. There are some cheap options favored by customers to save money but all those have more adverse effects than good.