While Nokia and Matsushita were busying settling
that arose when the phone maker had to recall some 46 million
handset batteries, a lady in India has been injured by a Nokia-branded cell that's not
on that list. Located in eastern India, the woman noted that the BL-D3 series battery "blew up about 10 minutes after it was put on charge," resulting in a "ball of fire" that led to minor burn injuries to the user. According to Nokia
, the incident was "isolated," and if it finds that the handset, battery, and charger are original, the 30-year old victim will supposedly be compensated.