Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Explodes While Inserting SIM - Shocking Video

Recently, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has been reported to be exploded in a shop in Bengaluru, India. The entire incidence has been captured by the CCTV camera used inside the shop. The owner of the smartphone has filed a case against the manufacturer at the nearest police station in Bengaluru.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Explodes While Inserting SIM – Shocking Video

The previous year, we have seen popular gadgets exploded. In 2016, Samsung had stopped the production of Galaxy Note 7 and recalled the existing devices because the units are found exploding after few days/months of usage.

Not only Note 7, even hoverboards, iPhones and many other devices are also found exploding because of the faulty lithium-ion batteries that are used as a power source. So, we have learned that a smartphone can be your most successful companion or your worst nightmare.

Recently, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has been reported to be exploded in a shop in Bengaluru, India. The entire incidence has been captured by the CCTV camera used inside the shop. The video shows that the smartphone is being investigated by a shopkeeper at what is said to be a service center.

Well, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 was not connected to a charger. The reports from some trustable sources claim that the owner of Redmi Note 4 took the phone to the service center for inserting a new SIM card. As soon as, the shopkeeper ejects the SIM slot to insert the SIM card, the phone bursts into flames.

The reports also mentioned that nobody was injured inside the store. But, the CCTV footage shows that the phone continues to bur till the shopkeeper raced to put the fire out. The entire incidence took place on July 17, 2017.

The owner of the smartphone has filed a case against the manufacturer at the nearest police station in Bengaluru. According to the reports from Indiatimes, Xiaomi recalled the device to investigate and sad that this all happened because of using a faulty charger. The company had also claimed that they found signs of physical damage.

However, Xioaomi had still replaced the damaged handset with a brand new Redmi Note 4 within two days. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.



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