The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is most likely the best Android smartphone of the year and arguably the best the brand ever made. With built-in fingerprint reader as well as enhanced battery life. In short, there are several trumps and more reason to buy one of the new Huawei Mate 20 Pro. We even have 3D facial recognition, just like Apple’s Face ID and other methods to unlock the smartphone itself.
In the course of this article, we will know exactly what is inside this Android smartphone. Incidentally, we will also know how difficult it may be to repair the device itself.
Facing reality, it is very likely that sooner or later you will drop your Huawei Mate 20 Pro. In that sense, it may be necessary to change your screen, change the glass that protects it or eventually replace your battery.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro all secrets revealed
Therefore, here is the step-by-step disassembly process of Huawei Mate 20 Pro courtesy of iFixit. In the first place, this US company has already accustomed us to several such procedures. In this sense dismantling several of the most popular products and smartphones today. This is also to determine its reparability index. That is, the ease with which we can change some of its components in case of need. Something that will undoubtedly prove useful for any repair technician/customer service. Let’s look at the image gallery:
This is Huawei’s most powerful Android smartphone to date!
First of all, no big surprises and thanks to its Kirin 980 processor we have a real speed recorder here. Secondly, we also have several trumps, highlighting the fingerprint reader already embedded in the screen itself of the Android smartphone.
IFixit considers Huawei Mate 20 Pro difficult to repair or replace any of its components. In short, he gave it a score of 4 out of 10 possible points in its reparability index.
I remember that the higher this score the simpler the repair/replacement and vice versa. For this low value contributes its IP68 certification, something that implies the use of several rubbers to seal all the possible points of entry.
A broken screen involves disassembling the entire Huawei Mate 20 Pro
IFixit highlights the following points in its analysis: Firstly it highlights the modular configuration of several components, something that pays for its reparability. Secondly, it is also easy to replace the Huawei Mate 20 Pro battery.
However, the type of screws used, the extensive application of adhesives and glues and the entire sandwich of materials complicates the process. Not to mention the various Flex cables used as well as all the compaction of the components
In short, iFixit still stresses that the process of changing a screen implies completely dismantling the smartphone. This being one of the most likely points to break, it is not at all good news for repairers.