Oppo A54 is a popular device, and if you broke its display (LCD) or touch screen digitizer glass, we can fulfill your need for a brand new original display. Life is unimaginable without mobile phones, and a damaged display stops you from using the phone properly. You can’t access your data if the touch screen doesn’t work, and in such cases, you essentially need a brand new display for Oppo A54.
Customers don’t want to compromise on the display quality, but the local market screens offer awful quality. If you assemble local products on your device, you can’t enjoy the same colors and brightness as before. All the functions which rely on the display (like the Camera) will cheapen by a huge margin. That’s why duplicate screens are not useful for your phone, and you should avoid them at any cost.
What is the meaning of the Oppo A54 display combo?
When LCD and touch screen digitizer glass go hand in hand, the resultant unit is called a combo. A combo is widely used for replacing a broken display or touch screen digitizer glass. All the service centers and local market technicians use a combo to replace broken screens. Mobile phone manufacturers are aware that mobile phone screens will always break. Therefore, they keep lots of brand new screens in stock to fulfill customers’ needs when they need a replacement.
Please note that all mobile phone screens are not equal because many factories manufacture screens for a particular model. The factories that manufacture original screens are called OEM factories, while lots of third-party manufacturers also exist and make duplicate screens. That’s why all screens are not equal in quality, and you should be very careful in selecting the right display for your Oppo A54 phone.
Why are original screens are not available in the local market?
The shops in the local market try to offer the lowest price to lure customers, and in this cut-throat competition, shopkeepers purchase products for the lowest possible price. This strategy naturally yields duplicate screen replacements because original display replacements are not available for low prices. When all the wholesalers sell duplicates, the whole underlying channel sells the same product for low margins. That’s why screens in the local market are always duplicate. If local shopkeepers quote a high price to a customer, he moves to the next shop, and everyone wants to retain customers.
If you buy a first copy display for Rs 1600-1800 including installation, don’t be happy because that’s normal. You’ve bought a duplicate screen that will offer very low brightness, and its output justifies the price you’ve paid. Many customers live in a delusion that they bought an original display for a low price, but that’s not the reality. You can purchase a duplicate display if that fits into your budget but don’t consider it original.
How can I differentiate between an original and a first copy display?
Many customers wish to identify the original display themselves, but that’s rarely possible for an average customer. There are tons of easy to identify differences between an original and a first-copy display, but for that, you should have both screens in your hand. If you get some theoretical knowledge, that won’t help you because you actually don’t know how to apply that knowledge. Here are the main differences :
- The original display offers 100% brightness, while the copy display offers 40-50% brightness. It is the easiest way to identify a duplicate display.
- The touch screen glass of the original display is thick and sturdy, while the duplicate display will have a rough and skinny touch screen glass.
- The original display’s color reproduction is sharp and accurate, but the duplicate screen offers very dull colors.
- You can’t get a proper fitting with the duplicate display, but the original display fits edge to edge without leaving any gaps on the side.
- An original Oppo A54 display lasts much longer and can easily take minor drops, while a duplicate display breaks in one drop.
It would help if you never assumed that original and duplicate screens are identical because they aren’t. We don’t suggest that you assure yourself that you bought an original display while you can clearly see that the screen quality is awful. If you want to get the same original quality as before, you should be prepared to spend a justified price. For a handset worth Rs 15000, the price of the original display won’t be less than Rs 3500-4000. If you find a website selling display for Rs 1800 and you buy it, be prepared for a huge compromise on the quality.