For the first time, a company opens a service to upgrade the internal memory of its smartphone

Tram Ho

Running out of internal memory is always one of the common problems found on smartphones. This situation makes users feel very uncomfortable, when they cannot continue to take pictures, download music or “fight” a new game.

For machines with a microSD card slot, users can easily add memory capacity via a memory card. However, in reality, not all smartphones have this slot. In addition, the memory card also has some limitations such as significantly slower speed than internal memory, or the fact that it occupies a SIM tray in some smartphones, making it impossible for users to use 2 SIMs at the same time. more. This makes users forced to upgrade smartphones just to have a larger internal memory capacity, even if the device is still in good use.

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Not all smartphones have a microSD card slot so that users can easily add internal memory capacity (Image: Android Central).

Knowing this need of users, Huawei recently launched a service to upgrade the internal memory for their smartphones. Specifically, users of models from Mate 9 to Mate 30, P10 to P30, nova 2s to nova 7 and Enjoy 10 can bring the device to Huawei service centers in China for upgrade. internal memory.

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Huawei’s internal memory upgrade service

Users will have three memory capacities of 128GB, 256GB and 512GB, although some older models may be limited to a lower level. The amount that users have to spend is relatively reasonable, from only 369 yuan (equivalent to 1.3 million), much cheaper than buying a new smartphone.

Up to now, Huawei is the only company that offers an internal memory upgrade service. However, it should be noted that this service is currently limited to China, and it will probably take some time before it is extended to other countries.

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Source : Genk