LG K10 Broken

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    Leesa Mira Junior Member

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    Yep, a total mess :(:(:(
    With this kind of condition. Is glass replacement still possible? Thanks.

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    This isn't actually a tablet, but a smartphone. Like most other phones, the glass will be bonded to the display. Glass replacement is still possible if you have a professional do it. The question is, on a three year old device do you want to go through the expense of repairing this device when phones of all kinds - budget, midrange, flagship - with six inch displays and superior performance are commonplace?

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    If my expense to fix this phone will range from 1000 - 2000 in PESO then I would.

    Its hard for me to buy a new one and get used to it easily.
     
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    I have tried to search for an LCD replace for that unit price range 1700-2300 but still depends on the labor of the technician.
     
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    It won't, guaranteed. The glass itself is probably quite inexpensive, but as noted above, labor is not. The repair tech will charge you his rate, which will be much more than your price range.

    I'm sorry, but I think it's time for you to start shopping for a new device.
     

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