Hello M:R Nation –
With all of this Apple talk, you would think we don’t service any other make of smartphone, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, we service so many different makes and models, it actually makes our Apple repair offerings look small in stature. Today I want to discuss one of those “other” smartphones that we service, the LG Optimus LS970!
The LG Optimus LS970 is a great device and has taken the world by surprise over these last 11 months that it has been available for sale. It offers some of the best features that a smartphone has to offer nowadays and when you have one in your hands, its no wonder why hundreds of thousands of folks call this their phone! It comes standard with 32GB of internal capacity, a 13MP camera, True HD-IPS LCD touchscreen and the always great Snapdragon S4 chipset.
With how great this phone is, we see the above image on a daily basis. Unfortunately, LG has yet to create a device with an uncrackable screen and if you drop the LS970, chances are that you will be picking up pieces of glass along with your phone.
We at Mission Repair hate to see such a travesty, but we know this is the reality of owning something that has a 4.7″ glass screen. Sure, there are ways to prevent a cracked screen on your LG Optimus LS970, but even the best cases and screen protectors can fail to save your beloved smartphone. So what can be done if you do drop it and the screen cracks? It CAN be repaired!
We have the ability to remove your broken Optimus LS970 screen, pick out the remaining shards of glass and replace it with a brand new True HD-IPS + LCD capacitive touchscreen! While I just made it sound like a simple task, it is certainly not something I would suggest you do at home. So if you find yourself in the same predicament as the Optimus LS970 owner above, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 866-638-8402, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can click here: LG Optimus G LS970 Front Glass Screen Repair to get your repair stated today!
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