At, we realize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for repair shops. That’s why we offer a variety of screen lines, each designed to be perfect for a specific market.
Sometimes it’s easier to compare products side-by-side to see what suits your market best. Below you’ll find a chart of how all of our products stack up against each other, so you know exactly which one to choose for even the pickiest repair.



Display Standard  Premium  INCELL Original
Structure G+G G+G Comparable to OEM OEM
Core LCD Brand New TM/ CSOT /CPT / SC Old TM / BOE / Sharp SC / LG / Sharp  OEM 
Backlight Standard Aftermarket High Chroma & Wide Color Gamut High Brightness High Brightness
ESR Japan / Taiwan 3M 3M OEM
Polarizer Linear 360 View 360 View 360 View
3D Touch Layer  Aftermarket OEM Grade OEM Grade OEM Grade
FPC Connectors Aftermarket OEM Grade OEM Grade OEM Grade
Cold-Pressed Frame Yes Yes Yes Yes
Flex Cables Standard Aftermarket Premium Coated Flex Premium Coated Flex Original Flex
Front Glass Strength 8H  9H 9H 9H
Oleophobic coating Aftermarket Hydro Oleophobic coating Hydro Oleophobic coating Hydro Oleophobic coating
Minimum Brightness 4.7” :   350 - 400 nits 4.7”: 550 nits 4.7”: 550 nits 4.7”: 500 nits
5.5” :   300 - 350 nits  5.5”: 500 nits  5.5”: 500 nits  5.5”: 500 nits 
Average SRGB Coverage 0.7 0.9 Comparable to OEM Comparable to OEM
Color Temperature (UP TO iPHONE 6S) :
7000K ± 1000K
6500K ± 650K
6500K ± 650K
6500K ± 650K
(UP TO iPHONE7 LATER) : 7000K ± 1000K (UP TO iPHONE7 LATER) :
7000K ± 750K
7000K ± 750K
7000K ± 750K
DELTA E 2000 0.7 0.9 Comparable to OEM Comparable to OEM
Pre-installed components  (Proximity sensor bracket, earpiece speaker grill&mesh) Yes Yes Yes Yes
Pre-Installed Small Parts
(ear speaker and front camera with proximity sensor)
optioned optioned optioned optioned
Pre-Installed Backplates optioned optioned optioned optioned
Lifetime Warranty Yes Yes Yes Yes
Pricing Price Conscious Quality/Price Compromise On-the-Go Quality Conscious OEM




IPHONE X, XS, XS MAX, 11, 11 PRO, 11 Pro MAX
Display In-Cell LCD Aftermarket Hard OLED Aftermarket Soft OLED OEM Soft OLED Hybrid  Original (OLED)
Display Substrate Glass Glass Plastic Plastic Plastic
Touch Panel & Flex Cable Aftermarket Aftermarket Aftermarket Aftermarket Original
Pre-Installed Alignment Brackets Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Diver IC & Display Flex Cable Aftermarket Aftermarket Aftermarket Aftermarket Original
(Original Compatible)
Pricing Very Price Conscious Price Conscious Somewhat Quality Conscious Quality Conscious Quality Conscious OEM




Display Value Aftermarket Premium Aftermarket Original
(Chip-on-Glass) (Chip-on-Flex)
Touch Panel & Flex Cable Aftermarket Aftermarket Aftermarket
Backlight Aftermarket High Brightness High Brightness
Pre-Installed Backplate Yes Yes Yes
Display Flex Cable Aftermarket (One-Part) Aftermarket (Two-Part) Original (Two-Part)
Pricing Price Conscious Quality/Price Compromise Quality Conscious OEM

Please Note it:

1. Original iPhone X, XS, and XS Max displays use OLED technology.
2. Original iPhone X, XS, and XS Max display use plastic substrate material.
3. iPhone XR exclusively uses LCD display technology
4. What is G+G, G+F, OGS, OnCell, InCell? please click here.


Most of the terms used in our chart are industry-standard terms, but these terms aren’t always defined.

Here’s a little more information about some of our categories. We think it’s important that you understand exactly what you’re purchasing.



Our ORIGINAL displays have been refurbished from used original devices OR they have been assembled using original, unused components. These assemblies may have a mix of both original and aftermarket components, but all undergo rigorous and thorough testing to ensure there are no defects in both the display panel and touch panel performance.



Polarized displays are screen assemblies that contain a polarizer. This layer allows customers to view theirscreen through sunglasses. However, there are a few different types of polarizers on the market. We primarilyuse 360 polarizers, which means your customers can view content on their phone screens through sunglasses no matter how they hold it. We do use linear polarizers on some configurations of STANDARD to ensure the assemblies are low cost for competitive areas.



When we talk about parts with “alignment brackets,” we’re referring to all of the brackets and meshes that would otherwise be transferred during a repair. Sometimes the industry calls this feature “sub-kitting.” All of our screens with alignment brackets include the front camera ring, proximity sensor bracket, ear speaker bracket, and ear speaker mesh. We offer two configurations of screens that come with pre-installed small parts. This is also sometimes called “loaded,” and means that they’ll have the ear speaker and front camera with proximity sensor pre-installed.



We know that any great repair professional will be upselling a tempered glass screen protector with every single repair. When you make a successful sale, it’s important to get the glass adhered quickly and efficiently.All of the front glass used for most of our Standard configurations come with aftermarket front glass. This allows repair professionals to quickly install tempered glasswithout having to rigorously wipe the screen. The glass on our Premium and INCELL lines come with a coating similar to OEM assemblies.



Consumers want a bright, fully visible screen in all situations, and you want to give your customers what they want.&nbsp iPhone is here to help you provide exactly that. Similar to an amp in an audio setup, an LCD doesn’t always output the maximum load that the device is capable of. Darker images
utilize less of the screen’s potential, where lighter images will utilize more of its maximum output. Although the LCD doesn’t always push its maximum brightness, it is important to have an adequate brightness so that customers can still see the LCD assemblies outdoors and in direct sunlight.Brightness is typically measured in nits. The amount of light (luminance) of one nit is equal to 1 candela per square meter. A typical candle puts off roughly 1 candela per square meter. While LCDs in TVs display around 200 nits, widespread outdoor usage of smartphones means that model devices require a higher nit output. An OEM screen is approximately 500 nits, and the lower end of aftermarket screens usually produce around 200 nits. Although a 200 nit screen will perform adequately indoors in lower lighting, your customers need a screen that can stand up to the sun’s glare and brightness and still display a visible and clear picture.



The ability of a display assembly to produce a proportion of a range of colors of called Gamut Coverage. We measure the range of colors a part can produceand compare it with a standard color gamut-- the sRGBgamut. sRGB is used across various industries, and it allows standardization to make sure that colors look the same across a variety of devices. Original display assemblies are calibrated on a per-device basis, so actual coverage will vary when a display assembly is used on a different device. Higher measurements usually correlate with more saturated colors.



Color temperature is a metric that is used to quantify the color tone of an LCD. An end-user’s experience willbe less than ideal if an LCD assembly displays inaccurate colors. monitors and standardizescolor temperature in our LCD assemblies because we know that screens with poor performance have anegative effect on your bottom line.The ideal color temperature reading is 6,500k. This is the color temperature of daylight, which is the referencewhitepoint of the sRGB color gamut. A deviation from the ideal color temp of 6,500k by 1,000k or less isalmost unnoticeable to end-users, and still provides and optimal experience. LCD assemblies with colortemperatures below 5,500K will display colors with a red tint, and those with color temperatures above 7,500Kwill be tinted blue.


ΔE (OR DELTA E) 2000

ΔE (or Delta E) allows to measure our screens’ color accuracy beyond human perception.Generally speaking, ΔE is the measurement of change in visual perception between the color that an LCDis intended to display and the color that the LCD is actually displaying. Ideally, we want to stay as close aspossible to ΔE = 0.

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