Huawei Screen Repairs Sydney
Huawei screen repairs can normally be replaced with 2-4 hours upon arrival by our Expert Huawei technicians.
Sydney CBD: (02)92612340
Bondi Junction: (02)93861951
|Huawei Screen Repair -Models||Repair Price|
|Huawei P20 Pro||$450|
|Huawei P20 Lite||$160|
|Huawei P10 Lite||$150|
|Huawei P10 Plus||$230|
|Huawei Mate 10 Pro||$230|
|Huawei Mate 10||$200|
|Huawei Mate 9||$170|
|Huawei Nexus 6P||$240|
|Huawei Nova Plus||$150|
|Huawei Nova 3e||$150|
|Huawei Nova 3i||$170|
|Huawei Nova 2i||$150|
|Huawei Nova 2i (Mate 10 Lite)||$150|
|Huawei Nexus 6P||$220|
Need Another Huawei Service?
If you are experiencing a different issue or you can’t find the repair your looking for. Don’t worry. We can fix almost any damage or fault. Deleted Data, forgotten passwords, water damage and more.
|Phone repair services||Repair Price from|
|Back Glass Repair||$60|
|Battery / Charging Fault||$80|
|Buttons & Switches||$60|
Best Value Smartphone
China-based Huawei makes and sells a lot of different smartphones, and it can get quite confusing for consumers who might want to buy one for themselves. There are plenty of choices for people who want to spend more to get the latest and greatest from Huawei. However, there are also excellent phones from the company that are in the more affordable mid-range category, and still more that can be bought with very little money.
That’s why we made an effort to go through all of the current and most recent Huawei phone models in order to find the best ones you can buy, no matter how much money you have to spend. As you will see, there’s a wide variety of devices to choose from, but we think there are some stand out products that are excellent choices if you are looking for your next phone.
China’s First Choice
Huawei is the top smartphone seller in Portugal and the Netherlands and the second biggest in Italy, Poland, Hungary, and Spain. Like Apple and Samsung, the company now unveils phones in splashy shows in Munich and London, inviting hundreds of journalists and paying for many to attend.
In China, the world’s biggest country for smartphone sales, the fight for leadership resembles a game of king of the hill among closely matched domestic companies (see “”). But even there, Huawei’s ascendancy is striking. At the end of 2015, Huawei took the top spot for the first time, passing Apple and low-cost Xiaomi after boosting sales that year by more than 40%. The most recent market-share figures, depending on who’s measuring, show Huawei as either No. 1 or within a couple percentage points of the top.
Immodestly, Huawei sees itself very soon passing Apple globally. “We are going to take [Apple] step by step, innovation by innovation,” Huawei’s consumer head, Richard Yu, told a reporter at a Munich product launch in November. He later told Fortune that Huawei would pass Apple in handsets sometime in 2018. That’s an ambitious but not unattainable goal: In the third quarter of 2016, Huawei’s 34 million smartphones shipped worldwide trailed Apple’s 46 million (with both far behind Samsung’s 73 million).