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Cosmetically, I'm more concerned about the screen having any scratches or dead pixels than I am about minor scuffs and scratches on the back/body of the phone, since I'll have a cover on it. I'm confused by: Good, Very Good, Like New. What exactly do these assure in terms of screen quality?
asked by Dave W. on 4/19/17
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Hi Dave, thanks for reaching out!
If there are any imperfections on the front screen, none of these imperfections will be visible when your screen is illuminated.
Here's a link to an FAQ article that elaborates on Good, Very Good, and Like New phones. https://www.getorchard.com/faqs/article/what-does-the-device-condition-mean/
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