The Huawei Mate 9 earns a 5 out of 10 on our repairability scale (10 is the easiest to repair):
Most of the components—like both camera units, the loudspeaker, and the USB board—can be replaced. Even the proximity sensor and the NFC antenna are modular.
Despite the annoying hexalobe screws, the Mate 9 comes with only a few standard Phillips screws on the inside.
The battery is trapped behind some flex cables and is glued tightly into place, but still can be swapped out when its power starts to fade away.
Although we are happy to find a headphone jack, it is soldered to the board and calls for special soldering skills if it should fail.
Replacing a broken display, one of the most common repairs, will be one of the most difficult ones on this phablet.
귀하의 기여는 오픈 소스 Creative Commons 인가 하에 허가되었습니다.
아래에 새로운 줄 삽입
위에 새로운 줄 삽입
현재 줄 들여쓰기
현재 줄 내어쓰기
현재 줄 삭제
다음 단계로 이동.
이전 단계로 이동.