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Official statement from Samsung India after Galaxy Note 2 Incident

Few days back A Samsung Galaxy Note 2 burst into flames locally available an IndiGo flight venturing out from Singapore to Chennai. Gratefully, no major losses were reported.

The report comes not long after Samsung recalled around 2.5 million Galaxy Note7 smart phones worldwide because of issues in regards to its batteries. The occurrence which occurred in an Indigo aircrafts flight flying from Singapore to Chennai hasn’t brought about any setbacks. The aircraft made a typical landing in Chennai with all travelers being deplaned utilizing standard techniques. The extremely smoldered Samsung Galaxy Note 2 smart phone has however been seized by DGCA (Directorate General of Aviation) for further examinations by significant powers.

After this Samsung has issued an official statement on the incident

We are aware of an incident involving one of our devices. At Samsung, customer safety is our highest priority. We are in touch with relevant authorities to gather more information, and are looking into the matter.

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Mohit Verma

Mohit Verma is The Founder & Editor Of The Techgram, A Blogger Who is Growing Up Very Fast From Haryana, India. He Likes To Write on Topics Related To Blogging Such As Tech,Upcoming Phones , Android, Hacking and Computer!

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