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That's the exact one, just make sure you order something like this
The tools that come in the box help a lot with the procedure. Two things to note, have tweezers and a little dish to set the hardware into so it's not rolling around and easy to lose. Also, use a hair dryer when removing the battery and take it slow, set it up so the hair dryer is hitting the phone with the temp set so it won't burn your hand if you cover the phone. Just let it sit for 5-10 minutes on that low and slow heat when you're removing the battery, using a spudger (supplied with the replacement screen) it should come up with little effort. If it doesn't put it back under the heat just a tiny bit closer. Just take your time, with the adhesive that holds the battery down; follow the tutorial, and you should be fine. Seriously, if you need help or something you can reach out to me directly and i'll walk you through questions you might have. This phone has way too high a repairability rating to not fix it yourself.
The gorilla glass was the one thing I was looking out for. Seems very few places mention if they use it or not. Repairs Universe as someone else mentioned said theirs have it but the reviews for that site are pretty terrible.
I ended up just ordering this one from Amazon. No idea if it has gorilla glass or not.