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Mobile Phone Parts for Nokia

Nokia is a popular phone brand that is a global leader in creating technologies for the connected world. Nokia prides themselves on their work which is designed to perfection and built to last. With all of the functions that Nokia phones have, it is often much cheaper to repair the phone with mobile phone parts for Nokia than purchasing a new one, particularly, if other aspects of the phone are fully-functional.

Nokia regularly releases new phones that transform the human experience and are well-known for being reliable and hardwearing. Often when one function in a Nokia breaks the rest of the phone still works well, which is why a repair is a wise, budget-friendly option.

Types of Mobile Phone Parts for Nokia

Before beginning any repair, it is advisable to purchase a small screwdriver that is suitable for your Nokia phone. A screwdriver is an essential element when fixing phones as phones have many tiny screws inside, holding the phone together.

Flex cables connect the screen display to the motherboard and are vital for phone functionality. This is a fiddly and intricate repair as you do not want to damage the motherboard. Repairs on the motherboard should only be undertaken when you have the right tools and careful instruction as well as the knowledge to fix the phone safely.

Although most new phones have an antenna built into the protective casing that can still break after frequent drops or falls. A faulty antenna can cause problems such as static, poor reception, dropped calls and slow downloads. Antennas can be easily purchased as separate parts so that you can fix the problem

The camera lens is prone to scratches from abrasion on the phone. The only safe way to fix scratches on the camera lens is to replace it altogether. There are many camera lens parts available to purchase so that you can undertake the repair yourself.

When repairing any Nokia phone, remember that opening the phone up may invalidate the warranty so only conduct a self-repair if you're confident and comfortable enough to do so.

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