You are likely dealing with a broken/scratched Oppo A7 display and looking for possible solutions to reverse the problem. If so, then welcome to Touch LCD Baba. We offer a 100% original Oppo A7 display and touch screen combo on this page, which you can use to replace a broken display or touch screen glass.
The Oppo A7’s display and touchscreen glass are combined to form the display unit, which you need to replace after a broken display or touchscreen glass. It is quite likely that you have slightly scratched your phone, and It is still in working condition; however, If it looks odd to you and you want to do a replacement, then you have to go for a complete Oppo A7 combo (display and touch screen both) replacement. These days all mobile phones are made upon folder technology, and combo replacement is the only way towards a 100% quality screen replacement.
Why is the only glass replacement never a worthwhile solution?
Don’t try to fix your phone using the cheap solutions in the market, like only glass replacement, display replacement, and all those. Those solutions never work properly long-term, and you will never get the original quality experience again. If you don’t want to ruin your phone with your own hands, stay away from cheap solutions, as they are cheap for a reason.
Glass replacement is preferred by customers who do not have a problem compromising quality. They don’t care if the brightness reduces or there are spots in the display, or the touch screen is not working properly. Such customers’ ultimate goal is to have a phone that hardly works, and such customers will always do whatever costs them less.
If you don’t want to compromise the quality, always go for an Oppo A7 combo replacement. The part shown here is a complete unit of the display and a touchscreen glass. Both pieces are already attached. The person repairing your phone will take out the broken Oppo A7 combo and fix this new combo in place of that.
Why are the screens available in the local market so bad in quality?
The local market mainly focuses on offering low-priced solutions to customers rather than offering quality. Most customers are also fully inclined towards low-priced solutions to repair their phones and want to keep everything within budget. When you mull over the screen replacement worth Rs 1200, you can’t expect it to work as the original Oppo A7 display does.
The duplicate screen will also work for some time, but the touch screen will not work as smoothly as you want. The display will not be as bright and vivid as It was before. If you pay a 50% price for the original screen, you also get a 50% quality display. So you can clearly understand that you are not getting the display for cheap, but you are getting a degraded product for a lower price.
What is the source of cheap duplicate screens, and why are they cheap?
The duplicate screens are often marketed as first-copy screens in the market. The customers get an assurance that this product offers 99% quality of the original, and thus the customers easily get entrapped in the funnel. Please note that a 99% quality statement is to fool you into buying the product, and there is no other purpose for such marketing tactics.
The local screens come directly from China, where third-party manufacturers work day and night to produce low-quality screens for low prices. Such screens mainly target India and other similar countries where more people ask for low-priced products rather than quality stuff. If an average customer gets a screen for a low price, they often buy it without a second thought.
It is not true that original screens are not available anywhere except for the service center. The truth is that original Oppo A7 displays are available, but the price is high, and a handful of customers are willing to pay that price. The original and the first copy screens come from China but from different factories. If you buy from the OEM factory, you get the original product, and If you buy from third-party manufacturers, you get a duplicate product.
Now you might wonder why the first copy screens are cheap. The reason behind this is the use of low-quality material and not paying attention to the advanced features of the touch screen. For example, multi-touch features work in original touch but never in duplicate touch screens. To cut costs, third-party manufacturers use the cheapest quality material and don’t care, even if the customer’s phone heats up with such products.