I have bought a brand new hard drive (HGST HTS721010A9E630) for my laptop and it's making a buzzing sound if the laptop is tilted. The more aggressive the tilting speed, the louder the sound. When the laptop is static, the drive sounds normal. The buzzing itself is like sound a small hair trimmer makes.
I've run WD data lifeguard diagnostic and it passed all the tests. SMART values are as expected for a new drive. Besides buzzing, the drive functions properly otherwise, no issues writing/reading the data and speeds are great.
I have another hard drive installed in the laptop (also 7200 RPM HGST, but different model) and it never made any sounds like this. I have also never encountered a drive that would behave like this before, neither desktop, nor laptop one.
The question is: is it actually ok for a drive to buzz when it's tilted (as a result of the gyroscopic effect maybe?) or is it a sign of a defective drive and I should I replace it? In either case, what exactly makes it buzz?