Lawyers for the OnePlus Nord pair in the capital caught fire and exploded, injuring around his abdomen. This is not the first time a pair of nord blasts have been found inside a bag in Bangalore last month. At trial, OnePlus said it was caused by an external injury and was not a manufacturing defect. However, this second incident raises some questions about what was behind the Nord 2 blast.
The OnePlus Nord duo re-launched as the first OnePlus Nord successor in the mid-range premium phase of the Gregorian calendar month. The Nord has a pair, the first OnePlus phone to run on a MediaTek Dimension 1200 processor and a 50MP triple camera option with a four, 500mAh battery that supports 65W quick charging. Prices start at Rs 27,999 in Asia.
According to a report on MySmartPrice, lawyer Gaurav Gulati’s OnePlus Nord pair caught fire and exploded in their cool court chamber. According to Gaurav, the phone was inactive and not charged and he had some stomach injuries. Images shared by Gaurav on Twitter show a very broken cord with a burnt inner couple. Speaking to MySmart Price, he said he felt extra heat when he was in his lawyer coat and saw smoke coming out of his pocket from his phone. “I immediately threw the robe and once my co-workers and I went to the edge of the phone, it exploded.
After he tweeted about the accident, OnePlus contacted Honor and a team met with him and asked him to submit the phone remains for any investigation. However, he told MySmartPrice and Gadgets360 that the company’s approach to the incident was not sensitive.
Many lawyers in New Delhi are currently likely to file an FIR against OnePlus and Amazon on Saturday, with OnePlus being over-subscribed to a terrorist attack that banned the sale of a pair of nodes in the Asian country and recall all manufactured units.