Galaxy Note 7 Use Banned In Indian Flights


DGCA has banned usage of Galaxy note 7 in India after several reports of device

“Airlines are advised to ensure the following for the safety of aircraft operations and its occupants: Not to turn on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phone on board the aircraft. Not to stow them in any checked-in baggage,” the Government’s Office of Director General of Civil Aviation,

Samsung has delayed Note 7 launch in India and has offered free VR kit to those who pre booked it.

Also see: Note 7 explodes and burns down a garage  

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