Have you ever been confused by different iPhone X screens in the market? OEM NEW, AA Grade, Aftermarket Flexible OLED, Aftermarket Rigid OLED, etc. Actually, it’s not such a bad thing for customers to have different choices as long as they can distinguish one from another. Well, hope the comprehensive and in-depth comparison test on different iPhone X screens presented by REWA LAB will help you find the right iPhone X screen you need.
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First, let’s figure out the structure of the 6 iPhone X Screens. Here we have OEM NEW, AA Grade(original OLED assembled by third-party factory), Aftermarket Flexible OLED, Aftermarket Rigid OLED, Aftermarket In-cell and Aftermarket LCD.
AA Grade, Aftermarket Flexible OLED and Aftermarket Rigid OLED share the same structure with OEM NEW, which also results in the relatively stable quality of the three. What’s more, AA Grade is relatively close to OEM NEW in function stability since it is made of original OLED.
However, after strict tests carried out by REWA LAB, we find that the Aftermarket In-cell iPhone X screen features relatively low brightness between 250cd/㎡- 420cd/㎡. Also when being used, the bonding area of bottom ICs overheats obviously that user experience can also be severely affected.
Also, aftermarket LCD features a brightness of 300cd/㎡, poor backlight uniformity and LCD display.
Since Aftermarket in-cell and Aftermarket LCD cannot meet the quality standard of REWA products, we do not recommend the two.
Thus, we highly recommend AA Grade, Aftermarket Flexible OLED and Aftermarket Rigid OLED for your choice. Follow us and take a closer look at the test now!
Featuring smooth edges, all of the bezels fit well without adhesive failure.
All perform well with water. Yet, Aftermarket LCD performs relatively poor with Alcohol and N-hexane.
– Screen Thickness
Due to the structure design, Aftermarket In-cell and Aftermarket LCD are relatively thick.
All of the screens fit well.
– Phone Thickness
We can see that Aftermarket Flexible OLED, Aftermarket In-cell and Aftermarket LCD are relatively thick. While the other two screens are close to OEM New.
– Touch & 3D Touch & Keyboard
All perform well in touch/3D touch/keyboard test.
– Pure Color Screen Performance
Aftermarket Flexible OLED and Aftermarket Rigid OLED are relatively close to OEM New in display effect.
– Polarizer Sunglasses Test
In this test, we want to check whether the screen turns to black under sunglasses. All perform well at all angles in the polarizer test.
– Brightness & Color Temperature
AA Grade, Aftermarket Flexible OLED and Aftermarket Rigid OLED feature normal brightness. Yet, Aftermarket In-cell and Aftermarket LCD feature a low brightness, which can’t meet the requirement when being used.
Now, we can draw a conclusion after the comparison test of the 6 iPhone X Screens.
In a word, AA Grade, Aftermarket Flexible OLED and Aftermarket Rigid OLED Screen of iPhone X are right choices for you. The three screens are also available now. Please feel free to contact REWA account manager or go to our online store shop.rewa.tech for a good price today!
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