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Huawei Mate 30 Pro iFixit teardown shows independent component replacement and hard to replace glasses



Famous teardown specialist iFixit has disassembled the Huawei Mate 30 Pro to give us a complete look at what this flagship’s inside architecture and components.


The Horizon display of Mate 30 Pro is curved at 88-degree on the edges with zero margins between the display and the frame.

The display is heavily glued from all sides and needs heat and some efforts from an opener. Under the hood, the display hooked up to the motherboard with a single connector.


The motherboard is L-shaped to make use of the space inside the architecture coupled with ICs, wireless receivers, Dot projector, microphone, SoC, storage, RAM, Wi-Fi module, NFC controller and more.


Beneath the motherboard, there is a copper plate running down the left of the frame. This is similar to the Mate 20 X 5G’s liquid cooling system.


Huawei Mate 30 Pro packs with a 4500mAh battery that is tagged with orange rip-and-pull tabs with instruction of replacement.


Huawei Mate 30 Pro comes with its revolutionary quad-camera setup and all of these cameras are placed in a single camera module.

On the front side, it has a dual-camera module including a 32MP selfie cam + 2.4MP gesture camera and a separate camera module for the 3D depth sensor.



Huawei Mate 30 Pro uses display vibration to create sound – replacing the traditional earpiece speaker. It looks like the tiny circular LRA vibration motor from Mates past has been upgraded to a rectangular taptic engine-style buzzer.

Ifixit mentioned that Almost every component of Huawei Mate 30 Pro is modular and can be replaced independently.

However, the phone is glued-down front and back glass that extends a bigger risk of breakage while making all repairs more difficult and lengthy.

iFixit’s final score for Huawei Mate 30 Pro is 5 out of 10 points, The higher the score, the easier it is to repair. Please visit to check the complete teardown report.


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Huawei Nova 9 and Nova 9 Pro with 5G to launch soon



Huawei Nova 9

China Post Communication is preparing to launch a Hi nova series, which will be similar to the recently launched Huawei Nova 9 lineup, says a report. The hardware firm also opened an official Weibo account that sets this news on fire.

According to our digital blogger- DigitalChatStation, new phones from Huawei smart selection are coming soon under the brand name Hi nova 9. Preparing by the China Post the series will have two models named- Hi nova 9 and Hi nova 9 Pro.

Furthermore, the smartphones will be launched with the Snapdragon 778G processer with 5G connectivity, instead of 4G. In addition, the system software will have the EMUI 12 features that will be customized with Android 11 and HarmonyOS UI.

Yet, the tipster isn’t sure about the name of the new custom skin. However, neither China Post Communication nor Huawei open-up about this news. But users are looking forward to this smartphone, which will surely grab the limelight for its software if China Post is planning something similar.


Speaking of Huawei Nova 9, this smartphone was initially launched in China on 23rd September and recently enter the global market. Although the Chinese variants come with the HarmonyOS 2.0.01 operating system, global models are running on EMUI 12.

Huawei Hi Nova 9

Let’s a look at the Huawei Nova 9 series-

Huawei Nova 9:

The Huawei Nova 9 series specially designed got young users who really like flagship photography in budget range smartphones. Thus the company installed a 50MP quad-camera system consisting of a 50 RYYB main camera, f/1.9 aperture, 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens of f/2.2 aperture, 2 MP depth lens of f/2.4 aperture, 2 MP macro lens of f/2.4 aperture for providing ultra level photography.

On the other hand, its from features a 32mp selfie shooter alongside an ultra-wide-angle lens. You can check the rest details below-

  • Display: 6.57-inch (Nova 9), 6.72-inch (Nova 9 Pro) OLED
  • Screen Rate: 120Hz refresh and 300Hz touch sampling rate
  • Operating System: HarmonyOS 2.0.1
  • Processor: Snapdragon 778G
  • Front Camera: 32MP selfie camera
  • Rear Camera: Quad rear cameras
  • Charging: 66W(Nova 9), 100W (Nova 9 Pro) super-fast charging

Huawei Nova 9

(Via- Ithome)

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These Huawei Mate 50 Pro concept renders has P50 Pro vibe




Huawei Mate 50 Pro

Huawei Mate 50 is the next milestone that Huawei needs to achieve next year in the smartphone world. This is quite challenging, as Huawei had faced a lot of challenges in terms of releasing new flagship – the Huawei P50.

However, a recent report reveals that Huawei Mate 50 has resolved major supply chain-related issues and may be delivered by the company as it was planned in the past. Although, Huawei is yet to come with an official confirmation on Mate 50 but the reports are doing a good job to keep us on our toes and make us wait eagerly for the next Huawei flagship.

Meanwhile, the Mate 50 enthusiasm is continued by a well-known concept creator – HoiIndi. He has now brought us the latest Huawei Mate 50 Pro renders in high quality along with a new design that has the P50 Pro camera system. For your information, these renders are based on previous reports.

Let’s check these concepts rendered in a bit more detail.

The front side of the phone has a full-view curved edge display featuring a punch-hole design. The phone has HarmonyOS powered home screen featuring P50 Pro wallpaper. The phone has speaker grills on the top along with a secondary microphone, the left side has a power button as well as a volume rocker. Meanwhile, the bottom side consists of speaker grills as well as a USB Type C port.

Huawei Mate 50 Pro P50 Pro Huawei Mate 50 Pro

Rear Massive Camera:

On the rear side, the Huawei Mate 50 render has a large camera system powered by a dual ring camera system of Huawei P50 inside a large circle shape of the Mate 40 series. This mixture in design is quite interesting and looks very monstrous in terms of appearance.


Aside from the camera system, the circle also consists of an LED flash and color sensor. There are different colors that have been purposed under this concept of renders such as the color design that is shining in black and red colors.

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Huawei Mate 50 has made a major supply chain progress: Tipster




Huawei Mate 50

Huawei Mate 50 is the next Huawei flagship that we may not see this year, instead, Huawei could bring this new smartphone by early 2022. Meanwhile, the company is working to resolve its supply chain issues and moving forward with an agenda to keep gather resources to build new devices.

Recently, a well-known Weibo tipster – PengPeng has come up with insights on the progress that Huawei has made for the Huawei Mate 50. The tipster says that the Huawei Mate 50 device has made a major breakthrough in terms of supply chain and will launch as scheduled by the company.

Aside from Huawei Mate 50 supply, that’s all that has been revealed by the tipster and the rest remains unknown at the moment. In the meantime, Huawei has not announced any details on the launch of such devices at the moment.

Huawei Mate 50 Supply News

Shortage of Chip:

After U.S. sanctions in May 2019, Huawei has to face rounds of restrictions that prohibit the company from purchasing new U.S. technologies and harms Huawei’s interest to build new devices for the consumers.


The biggest issue that has been generated by the U.S. restriction is the shortage of important chipsets for both smartphones and network equipment. Talking specifically, the company has been outcasted from the top 5 global smartphone makers.

Thereafter, the Chinese tech giant has decided to launch as many as decide possible and prepare to survive in this harsh climate created by the U.S. government.

New license:

Amid all of these assumptions and leaks, 113 suppliers have obtained export licenses worth 61 billion U.S. dollars, allowing them to supply Huawei. On the other hand, china’s SMIC suppliers have obtained 188 licenses worth about 42 billion U.S. dollars.

Over 90% of the license applications submitted by SMIC’s suppliers were approved, and 69% of the license requests submitted by suppliers that shipped to Huawei were approved.


Of course, most of the licenses obtained by the supply chain are for non-sensitive products. For example, 80 of the 113 licenses obtained by Huawei’s US supply chain members and 121 of the 188 licenses approved by SMIC suppliers are not supplying licenses for sensitive products.

Although, the information about these licenses remains undisclosed but this is a major development for the Chinese tech maker that could help it to produce more new products.

(via – ithome)

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