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HTC Mobile Phone Screen Digitiser

Global consumer electronics company, HTC Corporation, was founded in Taiwan in 1997. The company has established a worldwide reputation for its innovative smartphones, which use the Windows Mobile and Android operating systems. HTC mobile phone screens and digitisers are frequently purchased for handset repairs when HTC smartphones are damaged.

Developments in technology have made HTC mobile phones more capable than ever. However, their fragile components mean that the smartphones are particularly susceptible to damage, anything from minor everyday knocks and scratches, to shattering cracks when a phone is dropped. That's where replacement HTC mobile phone screen digitisers come in handy.

What is a HTC mobile phone LCD?

There's a difference between a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen and a mobile digitiser (which, confusingly, is often referred to as an LCD digitiser). The HTC mobile phone screen is the 'computer monitor' part that is responsible for displaying everything on a smartphone.

What is a HTC mobile digitiser?

A HTC mobile digitiser is the glass front of the smartphone that covers the LCD screen. Put simply, it's the part that users touch when they use their phone. Smartphone users will press or swipe their handset and the mobile digitiser converts that physical action into a digital signal that tells the mobile phone what to do.

Buying a HTC mobile phone screen and digitiser

While is it possible to purchase LCD mobile phone screens and LCD digitisers separately, in the majority of cases, both parts of the handset are damaged and therefore will both need replacing. This is why in many cases, a HTC mobile phone screen and digitiser will be sold together, along with the tiny tools required to carry out the repair.

Buying a HTC mobile phone screen and digitiser is an affordable way for smartphone users to deal with a damaged handset, without having to fork out for a new mobile phone, or great if you are running a repair surface.

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