A few hours ago we told you about an update of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro camera, but it is not the only news related to the phone we have to close the week. And it is that in China they have been encouraged to break it up completely leaving us to see what it hides inside and, what is more important, to discover how easy it is to fix it .
In general, we tend to echo the technological dismemberments that the people of iFixit make , however, this time they have been advanced from China. On the Asian website ZOL have shredded the Huawei Mate 20 Pro phone piece by piece so that we can get to know it much better on a technical level.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro piece by piece
The first exploded view of the smartphone of the Asian firm reveals that although its internal structure is complex, it is not as difficult to disassemble as it seems-provided that it has the right tools, of course.
Thanks to this disassembly, we can see for example the Kirin 980 processor , placed on a plate that has a kind of protective shield to prevent dust from reaching it or any other strange element capable of damaging it. In the images it is also possible to see other key elements besides this chip, of course, such as the WiFi adapter and the 2 × 2 MIMO port – you have a link to the extensive collection of images at the end of the article.
Undoubtedly one of the most curious pieces to see is the one that makes up the rear photographic system . You know that the phone has nothing less than a trio of cameras , module that you have together under these lines showing the sensors of 40, 20 and 8 megapixels.
In the same way, below you also have the element in which the 24 megapixel front photo sensor is mounted, as well as the infrared and light sensors, as highlights. It is followed by an image in which you can see the 128 GB UFS 2.1 storage module. All the elements, point those responsible for this cutting, as well as the materials used are of very high quality.
Unfortunately, we do not have a score like in iFixit that helps us compare it with other phones when it comes to assessing how complicated it is to fix. We have to trust the criteria of ZOL and the translation of the people of Gizmochina . Still we never recommend from here that you get into the task of disassembling your phone unless you have enough knowledge and are willing to put at risk its operation and lose the guarantee, of course.