New Delhi. Recently there was a news that the battery of OnePlus Nord 2 exploded and the user got hurt a lot. Blast in Battery of smartphone is not new. We have come across many such cases in the past as well. The smartphone maker always says that there must have been a problem from the customer side, the product is completely safe. Experts also say in this matter that in most cases, the smartphone blast happens due to the carelessness of the user. So today we are going to tell you what are those carelessness, due to which a smartphone gets blasted.
Physically damaged device or battery
Many times when the phone breaks down from our hands, then the phone and the battery inside it gets damaged. If the battery is damaged then it can cause problems like short circuit and overheating at any point of time. If there is a short circuit or overheating in the battery, then the first symptom that is seen is that the battery starts to swell. By looking at the smartphone, you can also guess whether the battery is full or not. If the battery of your smartphone is draining then you should immediately get it checked at a service center.
not using the original charger
Many people start using fake chargers after the charger of the smartphone is lost or damaged. But people do not know that using cheap and un-certified charger is not free from danger. Every company gives a special charger with its smartphone so that the phone lasts longer and the battery is also fine. Charging the battery with another charger causes the internal parts of the phone to heat up. So, always make sure to use the original charger of the phone to charge the battery.
charging the phone incorrectly
It is common to fall asleep with the phone charging at night, but it is dangerous to do so. Even after full charge, if the charger is left on, then both the battery and the phone start to overheat, which can cause short circuit or explosion. For this reason, nowadays many companies have started giving this feature that after the battery is fully charged, the current is automatically cut. Although this feature is available only in expensive smartphones, not in budget smartphones. Still, you should keep in mind that do not sleep at night with it on charging. Apart from this, even if the phone is in a pocket or bag, it should not be charged. It would be better if you remove the cover of your phone and charge it. The phone should never be left in a parked car in the sun.
Battery falling in water or heating up in sunlight
If the battery of the phone falls in water or if it is kept in direct sunlight, then the chances of the battery blasting increase. Due to overheating, the cells of the battery do not remain stable and start producing oxygen and carbon dioxide gas. Due to this, the battery swells up and may explode later. So do not keep the phone in direct sunlight. Similarly, even after coming in contact with water, the cells of the battery do not work properly and the battery starts bloating.
overloading the processor
Many people overload the processor of the smartphone. This means that the phone starts being used more than its capacity. There are some games that cannot run on every smartphone. Due to heavy work on a light processor, the processor starts heating up. This also affects the battery. In this case too, the phone can get hot and explode. The solution is that if your phone starts to hang or heat up, then turn it off for some time and then turn it on again. Can remove large apps.