July 15, 2024

At Phone Doctors, our most common repair for phones is the good old fashion screen repair. Over half of cell phone owners have experienced a cracked screen at one point or another. And over half of those people have had more than 1 broken screen.

There are 2 different types of cell phone screens: LCD and OLED. LCD screens have been around since 2007 for smart phones. They were used as the OEM standard screen option all the way up to the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S7 series. Both of Apple and Samsung’s next generation devices started using the newer technology of OLED screens. OLED screens in general allow for richer color contrast and a faster screen refresh rate. These are now the industry standard screen options.

While the newer phones (iPhone X and newer, Galaxy S8 and newer) are built with OLEDs, there are aftermarket LCD screens available. LCD technology is much easier and cheaper to manufacture. In our stores we offer both OLED and LCD versions for newer models when available. We know some customers prefer to have the screens that originally came on their device. However, other customers would prefer a more cost-effective option, especially if they are just fixing the screen to trade it in for a new phone!

So when visiting one of our locations, remember you will always have the option for whichever screen type you prefer. Our screen repairs for iPhones typically take 30 to 45 minutes. And our Samsung/Android screen repairs usually take about an hour. The new screens also include a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. For more information you can contact us online or call or visit one of our many locations in Tulsa, Owasso, Jenks, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma City, Edmond, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith!

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