Huawei is facing a ban by the United States, which means that its latest top-of-the-range smartphone – the Mate 30 Pro – has hit the market with Android, but without Google services.
The device has already passed through the hands of Youtuber JerryRigEverything, who put it to the test in a stress test. The device suffered a lot, but ended up surviving everything that was submitted.
When it comes to testing your screen for scratches, Mate 30 Pro shows itself on the same level as other glass smartphones. The risks start to appear at level 6, being more pronounced at level 7.
Mate 30 Pro does not have a Google service, but this is not the biggest criticism of Youtuber. The fact that it does not have physical volume buttons and relies on the ‘sensitivity’ on the side of the screen to change the volume is a little quick solution, and it would be a reason for it not to choose it as a personal smartphone.
Mate 30 Pro folds but doesn’t break
With a screen that extends far to the side, there was a lot of curiosity about whether the device withstands the bend test. The truth is that its robust construction ends up leaving that part of the test immaculate.
The Mate 30 Pro reveals to have some defects, but resistance in this test does not seem to be one of them. Still, being a device almost entirely in glass, it requires a cover and a tempered glass that puts it further away from any bad luck.
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