If you damaged the Vivo Y75 display and looking to buy a 100% original display replacement, you are on the right page. Once the original display breaks, finding the same quality display becomes quite challenging because all local market screen replacements are duplicates sold as a first copy display. If the official service center is unavailable in your location, you’ll have so much trouble finding the original spares, and that’s where Touch LCD Baba comes in handy.
On this page, you can purchase a 100% original display replacement for Vivo Y75, which is precisely the same as it comes with a brand new phone. We source these screens from the OEM manufacturer who makes these for the company, and that’s why you get the same original product as it came with a new phone. Replacing an original display with another original display is the best approach you can take to overcome the damage. Even after replacing the display, everything stays the same as before, and you’ll not even realize if you’ve replaced the display.
What is the meaning of the Vivo Y75 display combo?
A display combo is a lifesaver when it comes to a broken display or touch screen digitizer glass. The display combo consists of two parts: the IPS LCD and the touch screen glass. While manufacturing a new mobile phone, the factory merges the IPS LCD and touch screen glass into a single unit called a combo. The LOCA glue is used to combine both parts, which provides 100% transparency.
After combining both parts, it becomes very hard to replace them separately, and that’s why you always need to replace a combo. Even if only the touch screen glass breaks, you still need to replace the inner display because both parts form a single unit. There are alternative ways to separate the broken glass from the display, but that considerably impacts the overall display quality. We’ll enlighten you about the only glass replacement in the next section.
What about replacing only the touch screen glass?
If you’ve broken only the front layer of glass and the inner display is intact, you might consider replacing only the glass. Many customers don’t want to replace the complete display unit because only the glass has shattered, and everything else is working as it should. In such cases, customers are more inclined towards replacing only the glass, and the official service center never does such jobs, and that’s why customers head to local market technicians.
The only glass replacement relies on using a duplicate touch screen glass (which costs Rs 50-100 in the market); hence you shouldn’t believe that this solution provides the original quality. Mobile phone technicians have small separator machines to separate the broken glass from the display, but the process is not foolproof.
If the display also breaks during the operation, you will need to replace the combo. If the glass replacement becomes successful, you will pay around Rs 800-1000, which is why technicians always recommend this solution. A technician’s own cost is Rs 150 for the whole process, and they charge Rs 800-1000 from the customer.
The glass replacement makes nice money for a technician, so they won’t let you think about other solutions. After replacing the glass, you’ll have a refurbished/repaired display in your hands that is nowhere close to the original display. So before you head for the glass replacement, you should know about this method’s risks and quality aspects. As glass replacement relies on a duplicate touch screen glass, the new glass will break repeatedly, and you should be ready to spend more money in the future.