Redmi Note 4 Blast Video 'Fake', Says Xiaomi; Blames Faulty Third-Party Charger for Customer's Woes

Xiaomi has reached into your video asserting that a Redmi Note 4 unit caught fire at Bengaluru, saying the video is fake rather than a Xiaomi device in any way. While recognising that the Redmi Notice 4 unit possessed by one Arjun failed to suffer fire damage from Bengaluru, the company after a “thorough technical evaluation” ascertained that the damage was caused because of faulty third party charger utilised by the buyer. The business said that it has provided a brand new unit to the customer to change the burnt one. However, it added that the video circulating claiming to be the said Redmi Note 4 component included in a burst is “bogus”.

In its statement, Xiaomi said, “He [the client]’d purchased a Redmi Note 4 from the Poorvika store in Bangalore on 1st June 2017. His phone had been damaged after which he chose the phone on exactly the day, at his home on 17th July 20 17.
After we were alerted to this particular incident we chose back the device”

Xiaomi, in its own statement, included, “the damage had been caused due to a faulty third party charger used by the customer” and “there were no signs of bodily harm on the phone as well”. Nevertheless, the organisation says, it “altered the client’s damaged unit using a new new Redmi Note 4 Monday, 24th July 20 17.”

Xiaomi also condemned your site that circulated the video of their handset that was exploding, calling its behaviour “irresponsible and upsetting.” It added it is “now assessing legal actions against this novel,” It says the video was attained from “an arbitrary WhatsApp set,” and isn’t related to Redmi Note 4 unit purchases out of the Poorvika outlet.

The corporation’s analysis says that the CCTV video originates out of Anamangad, Kerala, also included that the video isn’t really a Xiaomi handset whatsoever, as well as the date in the video does not correspond to the date of purchase from their apparatus by the customer at Bengaluru, in addition to the date he took the device to get repairs. The client has affirmed to Xiaomi the men and women in the video do not include family relations, his friends, and him.

The anxious book, TheExplode.com, still gets the video onto its site; the video indicates a hand set spontaneously catch fire while being treated with no outside stress on it.

The site, Lavesh Cambodia’s founder, told trademarks 360 that the video comes from the client himself. He claims that the customer contacted TechCase.in, which broke the story of the exploding Redmi Notice 4 (but does not have the video its website), and then that the client himself provided the video into the novel. Mamodia says the customer went back to his claim of the being of this Redmi Note 4, although he explained that his unit did indeed catch burning.

On the flip side, TheExplode still gets got the video on its page has written, being an upgrade, “up to date: TechCase said that anyone has got the replacement of their phone, however, the video isn’t associated with him. This means episode is true but the video isn’t correct.” Ironically, just above this upgrade could be the sentence, “Companies aren’t working on the batteries and just desire to increase the battery backup instead of rendering it safe”

Being a reminder, Xiaomi’s announcement encourages “everybody to only utilise Xiaomi authorised accessories and flashlights”