Is it a plague already? Another explosion of the OnePlus Nord CE smartphone

OnePlus Nord CE exploded, joining its explosive brother – OnePlus Nord 2. What contributes to such frequent accidents with smartphones Nord in the lead role?

OnePlus has recently been in a lot of trouble – every few weeks, new news about the explosion of smartphones from the Nord series gets into the network. Until now, the main culprit here has been the OnePlus Nord 2, today it is also joined by the Nord CE model that has ignited.

We found out about the whole situation from Twitter. Dushyant Goswami shared some offside photos OnePlus Nord CE. According to the injured person, the six-month smartphone caught fire in the man’s pocket by itself:

I have a phone from a very popular OnePlus brand that promises the highest quality. My phone is only 6 months old and it literally blew up yesterday as I pulled it out of my pocket. Will the brand be held responsible for this accident?

– we read on the victim’s Twitter.

OnePlus Nord

OnePlus Nord CE / photo: Dushyant Goswami

OnePlus Nord CE in trouble

As you can see in the photos above, the smartphone is no longer usable. Both the battery, the display and the camera were seriously affected.

Although this is another OnePlus smartphone that, according to user reports, has threatened the safety of its owners, a Chinese manufacturer did not officially address this matter. However, shortly after the publication of the tweet, the victim himself shared the following message:

“Thank you to everyone for your support. Yesterday at 20:00, the Oneplus team called me and promised to give me a new unit by Tuesday ”. Informs Dushyant Goswami, who seems to be quite satisfied with this solution. May the new model no longer have the drive to explode.

OnePlus Nord

OnePlus Nord CE / photo: Dushyant Goswami

With each such news, the choice of a Nord series smartphone seems to be more and more risky – although it should be remembered that these few cases are only a drop in the sea of ​​copies sold. However, there must be something to it – perhaps all OnePlus Nord 2 and Nord CE smartphones require battery replacement?

It is worth noting that all these accidents took place in India – so it is speculated that they may be contributing very high temperatureswhat prevails there. However, India is not the only hot country where OnePlus smartphones are used. For this reason, some also point to the possibility of problems related to the quality control of smartphones that hit the local market.

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