iFixit: Huawei Mate 30 Pro is easier to repair than last year's Mate 20 Pro

iFixit specialists disassembled the flagship Huawei Mate 30 Pro and assessed its repairability.

Verdict

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Almost every component inside is modular.This is good, because in the event of a breakdown, replacing a separate part will not be difficult. However, some components still require extensive disassembly. Also, only standard Phillips screws are used.

The display can be removed without removing the battery, but there is a risk of tearing out some cables. The battery itself is easy to replace if you can remove the back panel, plastic frame and a number of cables.


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But the main disadvantage is the abundance of glue on the rear and front windows, which increases the risk of breakage during repairs.

As a result, Huawei Mate 30 Pro received 5 points out of 10 for maintainability. And this is already working on the mistakes, since last year’s Mate 20 Pro had 4 points.