Repairing Huawei smartphones on the spot is one of several reasons P-Telemóveis is known. We replaced the screen and other components on the same day, thanks to the large stock of material available. This time we received at our Technical Repair Center a Huawei P20 Lite with broken display and battery cover to repair. This model is also known as ANE-LX1.
The Huawei P20 Lite is part of the series that completely changed the way Huawei was viewed on the market by the public and the look and feel of its future generations of smartphones. The full-screen displays, the flashy color cover never seen before, were like a breath of fresh air for the smartphone market. In addition to these features, Huawei has revolutionized the camera and made the P20 range one of the most desired of the year 2018.
Turning to the repair itself, the Huawei P20 Lite (ANE-LX1) with broken screen and battery cover, before being opened, has been tested by a mobile repair technician. Software and hardware tests have been performed prior to any procedure. As the tests did not report any new anomalies not visible to the naked eye, the equipment was opened and the broken screen, battery cover and the small remnants of glue on the chassis were also cleaned.
After carrying a new touch and display module, the P20 Lite was closed / sealed with a new battery cover and was running at 100%. As the anomalies it entered had been eliminated, the smartphone was soon delivered to the customer who was satisfied with the repair on the same day.
No matter where your phone was purchased. We make a budget without costs or commitment. We own original material and also the range just below the original. All our repairs are warranted: battery repair, screen repair, microphone repair and more.
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