Earlier this year, Huawei introduced the Mate Xs smartphone, an improved version of its first flexible smartphone. The manufacturer has made a number of design changes, but in general, the Mate Xs is not the second generation, but an update.
And now iFixit specialists got to him to disassemble and evaluate maintainability. Looking ahead, the rating of the device is 2 points out of 10 possible. Exactly the same as the Galaxy Fold, but the first Mate X was not tested by the source specialists.
Since the source decided not to publish the article, we restrict ourselves to information from the video. For example, about the fact that Huawei used a huge amount of glue to secure the batteries of the smartphone, which ultimately in the case of iFixit led to damage to the batteries. A lot of glue is also used in some other places.
In addition, it can be seen that, in general, the disassembly process is very time-consuming. In general, it can be said that the Huawei Mate Xs is expected to be little repairable, like all other flexible smartphones on the market.