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Mobile Phone Screen Digitizer for HTC One S

If you break your phone screen, you might want to get it fixed without having to go to the expense of replacing the whole device. A mobile phone screen digitizer for HTC One S models can be purchased that might enable you to get your phone working properly again, without having to buy a new model.

What is a mobile phone screen digitizer?

Often confused with the glass screen that you actually touch on your smartphone , the digitizer is actually a thin layer of sophisticated technological capability that sites underneath the hard glass screen. Its function is to convert the actions of your finger into digital signals (hence "digitizer"), that are then relayed to the main LCD panel that interacts with the main workings of your phone.

Some types of mobile phone screen digitizer for the HTC One S

Screen digitizers for the HTC One S series are available as complete kits, or as simply the digitizer layer itself. A complete kit may comprise of the digitizer, the LCD screen and the hard glass screen, as well as potentially having an assembly tool you can use for inserting each element correctly.

Some of the replacement digitizer screens come attached to the glass screen, while others are just the digitizer layer. You should confirm which option will be necessary to repair your phone, so that you get all the components necessary and aren't left with a missing element that renders the phone unusable.

You should obviously be very careful when replacing your screen digitizer, as the internal workings of your HTC phone can easily be damaged if you don't follow the instructions carefully.

About the HTC brand

HTC was originally founded in Taiwan in 1997. They are well known for having developed some of the first touchscreen computer devices in the world, and have grown to become a major supplier of mobile phones and electronics equipment.

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