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New Teardown Video Rates Repairability of Huawei Mate 60 Pro’s Kamikaze Screen at 5/10

Smartphone teardown videos continue to captivate viewers, despite the unsettling sight of disassembling a brand new device. The latest teardown video features the highly controversial Huawei Mate 60 Pro. This flagship device, which has attracted significant attention from US officials, raises questions about its 5G capabilities and the source of its 7nm chipset.

Putting aside the political implications, let’s focus on the device itself. PBKreviews, a popular YouTube channel known for teardowns and crash-testing, recently acquired the Huawei Mate 60 Pro for disassembly. Unfortunately, the device is now non-functional due to potential damage during the teardown process.

Watch the English video here:

While it’s possible that PBKreviews inadvertently damaged the screen, it’s more likely that the Mate 60 Pro’s screen is excessively secured and prone to self-destruction when disassembled. This issue is similar to the notorious difficulty of tearing down and repairing the Huawei Mate 40 Pro due to its strong display adhesive.

Once the display is removed in the teardown, the video provides a detailed exploration of the internal components of the Mate 60 Pro. However, it doesn’t offer any answers to the questions concerning US officials. Instead, it remains a fascinating teardown video. There is another teardown video available, but it’s not in English:

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