Duar! OnePlus Phone Suddenly Explodes To Crash


The cell phone explosion incident happened again, befalling the OnePlus Nord phone. Worse, this is not the first time that a phone made by OnePlus has endangered its users.

As quoted by us from Phone Arena, Wednesday (12/1/2022) this happened to a OnePlus Nord user in India named Dushyant Goswami. On Twitter, he said he had just pulled his phone out of his pocket before it suddenly exploded.

"I have a phone from the very popular brand OnePlus, which promises the best quality. My phone was only 6 months old and it literally exploded yesterday, when I just took it out of my pocket. Not only bad but fatal. Will they explain this incident? " he wrote.

Luckily, Goswami was not injured. Chances are he immediately threw the phone as soon as the explosion occurred. He also displayed a photo of his charred cell phone that was charred in an unkempt shape.

OnePlus seems to be alert and immediately contacted Goswami to confirm the incident. Goswami was promised to be given a similar phone in a new condition.

"Thank you all for the support. Yesterday, the OnePlus team contacted me and promised that they would send a new unit," he wrote.

A similar incident occurred last November, also in India. While cycling, the OnePlus cell phone in the pocket of a teenager's jeans suddenly exploded and caused severe enough burns that he had to be rushed to the hospital.

The phone is the OnePlus Nord 2. A netizen posted on social media that the phone in question was on fire on the left side and had gone awry. He also shows a burn on his right thigh that looks scary.

After this news went viral, OnePlus immediately took action. They cover the teenager's medical expenses at the hospital and will replace the exploding cell phone with a new product.

In India, there have been at least two incidents of this kind before, where the OnePlus Nord 2 phone suddenly exploded and caught fire. It is not known what causes it, but it is usually due to a problem in the battery sector.

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