The Mate 10 Pro earns a 4 out of 10 on our repairability scale (10 is the easiest to repair):
Despite the IP67-rated seals, the back cover is fairly easy to open.
The USB port, loudspeaker, and motherboard are easy to remove.
The Mate 10 Pro has very few screws, all standard Phillips but unimpressed by magnetism—except for one, which is buried underneath the display.
With only one big cable, the Mate 10 Pro is cleanly arranged—although that cable is soldered to the USB port.
A damaged front camera means switching the whole display including the frame, or damaging the display while trying to remove it.
And replacing the display—the most common repair—means taking out almost every component.
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