|By Marketwired .||
|August 13, 2013 05:00 AM EDT||
FORT COLLINS, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 08/13/13 -- Hutch Wholesale Phones has recently announced that they will change the classification methods for the used cell phones they provide. They will add a new category, specifically to target a different component of the phone so that customers can find exactly what they want.
The new category is for the digitizer, which is the touch sensor under the glass. A broken digitizer means that the phone can't recognize a fingertip as it is sliding and tapping, even if the display looks good.
Previously, phones were sold in three categories, depending on ability to power up. "PGL" meant the phone powered up and the display screen was good. "Bad LCD" meant the phone powered up but the display was bad, while "NP" meant the phone had no power at all. Since the company will recycle cell phones rather than throwing them away, they see phones in all conditions.
Now, Hutch Wholesale Phones has split the first category in half to account for the state of the digitizer. "PGL" is defined to mean that everything on the phone works, while the new category "CD" means that the phone powers up and has a good screen, but the digitizer is cracked.
"The change will be a big help to our customers," says Jason Hutchison, owner of the company. "This way, people can buy a good phone that powers up and not have to worry about digitizer issues. It means they get a better product every time they buy."
Hutch Wholesale Phones specializes in the smartphone marketplace, especially Apple, HTC, Droid, and BlackBerry models. They have been in business since 2002, thoroughly testing each phone before classifying and selling it. The additional phone category ensures that customers will continue to receive the good products they have come to expect.
For more information about the company, please visit www.hutchwholesalephones.com or call (970) 581-4012.
149 W. Harvard St., Suite 102
Fort Collins, CO 80525