Whatever Mobile you have, the possibility that the screen can break even is will happen you. But apart from that if you have a Samsung Galaxy S8 +, then you will want to cry. And much. And it is to replace the screen of this smartphone could cost you lots of money.
Change the display of the Samsung Galaxy + S8
In general, change the display of a mobile phone is something that can climb easily up to 100 euros. The cost of an original screen will be around 70 euros. A screen original but not compatible will cost about 35 euros. The installation that sellers charge is expensive. Unless you’re able to change the display, 100 euros are almost safe. From here, the situation becomes complicated when the mobile is complex repair, or when the display is special.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy S8 +, have a mobile complex repair, and with more special screen on the market. For starters, it is an 6.2 inch Quad HD resolution with AMOLED technology manufactured by the own Samsung screen. Oh, and let’s not forget that it is a curved screen. It is not the only thing. The new screen is Infinite Display, almost without bevels. In fact, it is all a masterpiece of technology turned on screen. And hence its price, being the most expensive component of the Samsung Galaxy S8 +.
But now you have to take into account the work of the specialist who is going to replace the screen of your mobile phone with a new. What is your work? Remove the previous screen, and install the new. But not without more. The Samsung Galaxy S8 + is certified IP67 to be submersible in water. Adhesives that must be used to secure the glass to the mobile chassis, and ensure that the mobile is tight, aren’t cheap. The process to follow is not simple. And that the result will be the ideal is not simple.
The final calculation gives us a cost of repair and replacement of the display of the Samsung Galaxy S8 + of about 250 euros. I.e., it will be much more profitable to buy a quality cover.
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