OnePlus 3T battery reportedly explodes in Mumbai

OnePlus 3T user reportedly had an incident where the battery of OnePlus 3T device exploded

By Sandeep

    OnePlus 3T is the latest victim of phone explosion due to battery issue. As per some reports on BGR, a Mumbai-based OnePlus 3T user reportedly had an incident where the battery of OnePlus 3T device exploded. This comes as a serious concern for mobile users as reports of mobiles exploding is becoming quite common nowadays. Earlier the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was in news for the same reasons of battery explosions leaving the users concerned about their safety using mobile devices. However, as per the report on BGR the incident took place a month ago as the customer took it to Facebook to narrate the ordeal.

    OnePlus 3T battery explodes in Mumbai


    The reports further suggest that the customer however has not explained how the OnePlus 3T exploded. There is no information about the state of the OnePlus 3T while it exploded, it is not yet clear whether the device was being used or charged or left unattended during the explosion. However the user was not injured due to the explosion.

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    OnePlus also has not made any comments regarding the incident. Further the Facebook post that bring the incident in light states that the customer had a poor experience with OnePlus after sales service after the incident. The user further informed on the Facebook post that a friend of the user had also experienced a similar explosion of OnePlus One device and was left highly unsatisfied with the after sales service provided by OnePlus.This comes as a real bummer for OnePlus users who expect some better after sale services.

    OnePlus 3T battery explodes in Mumbai

    The OnePlus 3T was launched back in December 2016 in India. The OnePlus 3T comes with a 5.5 inch Capacitive Touchscreen display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. The display type of OnePlus 3T is Optic Amoled.

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