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Hello,
Some companies put their own stamps on their supplied displays, or it could be refurbished, so has an original LCD but a new frame. [br]
-You can usually tell if it is a lower quality LCD (or even hard OLED) display by looking at the bezels. The bezels are usually thinner as both technologies aren’t flexible. Also, in cheaper screens, the bottom bezel can be significantly thicker. Look at the display lines for clean bezel/LCD lines,
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+You can usually tell if it is a lower quality LCD (or even hard OLED) display by looking at the bezels. The bezels are usually thicker as both technologies aren’t flexible. Also, in cheaper screens, the bottom bezel can be significantly thicker. Look at the display lines for clean bezel/LCD lines,
When the display is turned on make sure it is bright, has good viewing angles (tilt iPhone side to side), and touch works well.
Another big tell is the Screens display to frame plastic bezel thickness. Displays that have a thicker plastic buffer between the screen and lcd glass (after installed with adhesive) are usually aftermarket, or have an aftermarket frame at least.
Search for a genuine display back-print and see if it matches this display as well!
Hope this helps - as long as it is a good quality Soft OLED display then the replacement screen should look good!

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Hello,

Some companies put their own stamps on their supplied displays, or it could be refurbished, so has an original LCD but a new frame. [br]

You can usually tell if it is a lower quality LCD (or even hard OLED) display by looking at the bezels. The bezels are usually thinner as both technologies aren’t flexible. Also, in cheaper screens, the bottom bezel can be significantly thicker. Look at the display lines for clean bezel/LCD lines,

When the display is turned on make sure it is bright, has good viewing angles (tilt iPhone side to side), and touch works well.

Another big tell is the Screens display to frame plastic bezel thickness. Displays that have a thicker plastic buffer between the screen and lcd glass (after installed with adhesive) are usually aftermarket, or have an aftermarket frame at least.

Search for a genuine display back-print and see if it matches this display as well!

Hope this helps - as long as it is a good quality Soft OLED display then the replacement screen should look good!

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