BlackBerry Curve 9320 allegedly explodes, starting a fire that burns an 11 year old
0. phoneArena 05 Dec 2012, 13:12 posted on
With the introduction of BlackBerry 10 coming next month, the last thing RIM CEO Thorsten Heins needs to read about right now is a story about an exploding BlackBerry Curve 9320 that set a bed on fire, burning the legs of an 11 year-old boy...
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1. hobble (Posts: 130; Member since: 11 Oct 2011)
I should put one of my devices in the microwave and maybe the company will send me something shiney!
21. Nadr1212 (Posts: 741; Member since: 22 Sep 2012)
Ooh!! We're so SCARED of ur pewny 11-year-old stalker face!!!
:( is what u loom like!!!!
2. ajac09 (Posts: 1480; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
fake.. why.. becasue an 11 yr old has a blackberry lol
7. Atlas (Posts: 158; Member since: 15 Apr 2012)
Curious, are you by any chance from America? Blackberrys over here in the UK a very popular (God only knows why), plenty of 11 year old chavs love their little toy phone.
15. MC1123 (Posts: 1254; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
funny thing is that before, the full touch screen phone are considered as a toy now you consider BB as a toy....
22. Nikolas.Oliver (banned) (Posts: 1574; Member since: 01 Jul 2012)
Ha! 2 years old have bold 9900 in my country
"A fanboy will do anything in order to defend their idols"
3. RiseAgainst94 (Posts: 281; Member since: 03 Mar 2012)
Lol ajac09 has a point, let's be real here.
4. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 3482; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)
...and thus the new BB Swerve 2039 is born.
5. downphoenix (Posts: 3042; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
Although this certainly can happen (after all, our batteries have Lithium in them, which is an explosive substance), its very unlikely. Im gonna have to side with RIM on this until these people can cough up the proof, since its more likely the kid was burned by something else.
6. Mxyzptlk (Posts: 8904; Member since: 21 Apr 2012)
There's something fishy about this story.
8. Non_Sequitur (Posts: 1111; Member since: 16 Mar 2012)
Yeah, there always is. Besides, only like one out of every million phones even has a change of doing this. There's probably some physical abuse involved as well.
It's really not a problem. iPhones, Androids, and now Blackberries have all had some stupid story like this.
18. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 879; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
He really does. Probably made it explode with his mind. Someone needs to check that kid for 666 markings.
11. XPERIA-KNIGHT (unregistered)
Thank God you need proof and evidence before someone puts you in jail right? The story seems made up in all honesty to try and hurt what RIM is accomplishing....
12. Raymond_htc (Posts: 430; Member since: 06 Apr 2012)
That kid must be playing with fire.... and he threw the bb into the fire.. He deserves it!
Wasting parent's money for that phone...
Kids nowadays , 7 years old owning an iPhone while i was playing Gameboy advance SP at that age.....
13. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
First of all whats a 11yr old doing with a phone? 3rd how the hell did it explode?? teens his age DON'T NEED A PHONE
14. Edmund (Posts: 656; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
Quick, let's short blackberry stock! Interesting that this news should appear just as its share price approaches the $12 resistance level.
16. MC1123 (Posts: 1254; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
there's something fishy to this story... a kind of story that people will make to recieve a new device!
17. mydi.maus (unregistered)
its not bb its a c4 the kid thought he had picked up his bb but no.
19. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 879; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
Poor kid. Having to use a BB Curve..
Just kidding before I get my head chewed off. Obviously a fake from the parents that spawned this devil child.
20. Reluctant_Human (Posts: 879; Member since: 28 Jun 2012)
PS - if you stare at his eyebrows too long you spontaneously renounce christ.
23. BigRed83 (Posts: 144; Member since: 19 May 2008)
I call possible fake until the device and charger are available for inspection. As far as a child having a phone, let alone a smartphone, that's a parenting choice. I think it depends on the maturity of the child in question. Most children I've seen with smartphones shouldn't have them (based on how they acted in my store). There is no way to truly know; we can only hope for the inevitable conclusion of a settlement, or legal action taken by RIM if this is indeed a scam. High price to pay to drive down the stock just to get it at a better price.