Changing the display screen on Huawei’s Mate X prices an eye-watering $1000

MWC 2019 noticed Huawei take the wraps off its personal tackle the foldable smartphone, the Mate X. Sporting a worth that makes the pockets whimper in worry, it goes past saying that repairing the foldable smartphone isn’t going to be low-cost. However, how a lot would it not price to exchange the show on the Mate X, I hear you ask?

In a world the place flagship smartphone costs have breached the $1000 threshold (hey Galaxy Note 10+), how a lot would you deem acceptable to pay for a brand new show to your handset? $100? Even perhaps $200-350? Properly, how about paying the identical quantity as you would possibly for a Galaxy Be aware 10+? Yup, that’s proper, changing the Mate X show will price you a cool $1000. A thousand dollars. For the second, the Mate X is barely on sale in China, sans Google apps and companies, so it’s unlikely that you just’ll want this service anytime quickly.

In line with Gizchina, Huawei’s service facilities in China will cost 7,080 yuan ($1,000) for display screen substitute/restore, which is just a bit wanting half the telephone’s asking worth of 16,888 yuan ($2,403) whereas a brand new motherboard will set you again round $510. Different repairs are way more affordable, with a brand new battery costing round $40, a substitute rear digicam $99, and a brand new battery cowl priced at $51.

Getting again on subject, $1000 for a substitute show for the Mate X folding smartphone that wears its show on the skin is greater than slightly worrying. Think about spending $2,400 on a telephone and being afraid of utilizing it since you knew you couldn’t afford to repair it?

Anyhow, would you continue to purchase the Mate X (if it was on sale outdoors of China) regardless of the probably restore price for those who broke the show?

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He is been an Android fan ever since proudly owning an HTC Hero, with the Dell Streak being his first phablet. He at the moment carries a Huawei P30 Professional and a Huawei MediaPad M5 (8.4) in his pockets and thinks nothing of lugging a 17-inch laptop computer round in his backpack. When not immersed on this planet of Android and devices, he is an avid sports activities fan, and like all South Africans, he loves a great Braai (BBQ).

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