Initially, I was curious when I chose to read the news story about how a LG mobile phone battery had exploded, killing a man in South Korea.
I grew slightly more concerned when I read that just yesterday, a Nokia phone belonging to a man from New Zealand had also exploded when he was charging it.
The news article went on to mention that Nokia has acknowledged that there are faults in some of their batteries and that they may indeed explode.
I own a Nokia phone. Who knows when it may explode and kill me?
But I was really impressed with the news article because at the very end, there was an actual link that took me to the Nokia battery replacement announcement so that I can find out if my mobile phone battery is actually a murder weapon.
That was when I nearly had a heart attack because my battery model is the same faulty model.
However, after punching a few ID numbers found on the battery, it seems like it was not actually manufactured during the faulty period, so it's supposedly "safe".
I can only hope it's true.
Read the news article here.
Visit the Nokia website if you want to find out if you have a potentially exploding mobile phone battery.