Unofficial Huawei Mate 40 teardown video is here. A few days ago we finally witnessed the official presentation of the new line of Huawei Mate 40 smartphones. This mobile phone represents a very significant moment for the manufacturer’s trajectory since it would be the last one to have a Kirin processor. But there is a question many people are wondering about: how complicated it would be to disassemble and repair this phone?
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From the Asian portal called bilibili, which is something like the Chinese YouTube, we see this video where a Mate 40 is torn down completely.
With a duration of seven minutes, we see how Huawei would have refined the assembly process without hindering the disassembly procedures to repair some components in case of failure.
As with all new generation smartphones, extreme heat must be applied to the edges to loosen the adhesive and begin disassembly. But once you break that first big barrier you can see how the Huawei Mate 40 is absolutely modular.
But the interchangeable screens are still very expensive to repair by a company technician; so it’s better to treat well to this beautiful mobile phone. Huawei Mate 40 teardown video showed us it is a considerable device.