If you are trying to find an original replacement for the broken Poco M5 display, we have the right solution for your needs. It takes a few seconds to drop the phone and crack the display or touchscreen glass but restoring the original display takes significant investment and patience. Please note that Touch LCD Baba offers 100% original screen replacements, so our prices are not budget-friendly. Typically, the original display costs twice the duplicate display’s price, and that’s not excessive but normal.
Most customers try to find affordable solutions to replace the broken Poco M5 display, and during this process, they make a significant compromise on the display quality. The mobile repair shops in the local market use clever tactics to fool you into purchasing duplicate products. You feel like you don’t need to invest in the original display as compatible products offer genuine value for money, and that’s where you make a mistake. The so-called first-copy screens are cheap for a reason, and you’ll know those reasons after using the phone for a week. Once you realize your mistakes, you can’t inverse your decision because you’ve already paid the money.
What are the different types of duplicate display replacements?
Before you get familiar with this concept, you should know that duplicate screens are sold under several vague names in the market. All these different names are designed to confuse customers so that you can’t make a clear decision. When you see so many options, you get confused, and technicians would convince you that one option is much better than the other, but that’s not true. All these words indicate a duplicate display regardless of their name :
- First Copy.
- OG Quality.
- 99% Quality.
- Pasting Guarantee Display.
- Diamond Quality Display.
It is common for a technician to say that a Diamond quality display is much better than a first-copy display. For example, a technician would quote Rs 1200 for a first-copy display and Rs 1600 for a diamond-quality display. In reality, both products are the same in different packing, and even their output quality is the same. This pricing strategy helps them make more money by selling duplicate products. You think to yourself, what does the word diamond mean in the context of a mobile phone display? It is just a catchy name to fool you.
If you want to purchase a duplicate display for any reason, that’s not a problem, as no one forces you to buy the original one. However, many customers assume that they bought an original display for Rs 1200 because they are very smart buyers, and that’s a huge misconception and just a way to appease your mind. You always get what you pay for.
What are the most common problems with non-original screens?
If you have bought duplicate screens before, you know about their problems. However, if you are running into this situation for the first time, you probably don’t know about the forthcoming problems. These problems are more noticeable by youths because they are keen on their mobile phone’s quality. These problems are :
- Low Brightness Levels: A duplicate display offers 50% brightness on maximum levels compared to the original.
- Stiffly Working Touch Screen: The non-original touchscreen is laggy and doesn’t work as intended. You’ll feel face random lags while using the phone.
- Short Lifespan: A duplicate display breaks easily, mostly on the next drop, while the original display is much more durable.
- Muffled Colors: You will never get vivid, accurate colors with a duplicate display replacement.
When the display quality is bad, that indirectly affects all the aspects of your phone. For example, you can’t enjoy movies in the original quality, can’t capture sharp images from the camera, and other similar problems. That’s why non-original products are not a worthwhile investment in the long run. If you have no issues with colors, brightness, and durability, you can buy a duplicate display without a second thought.