Huawei Mate 10 Pro Teardown - Is true beauty on the Inside?
Thanks to Huawei for inviting me to the CES launch, and sponsoring this video! Current Mate 10 Pro Pricing is HERE: https://goo.gl/7VwmtL
The Mate 10 Pro is pretty much the best looking Huawei Phone yet. The solid glass sandwich, with durable metal frame. Its a pretty good looking phone on the outside but in this video we are going to find out what the Huawei Mate 10 Pro looks like on the inside. With a teardown. Opening up the Mate 10 Pro is pretty similar to other glass backed smartphones. Using heat and some of my metal pry tools.
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