American aviation authority wants to Galaxy Note 7 out of during flight
The American aviation authority Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) advises passengers to have their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone off during the flight.
The FAA said Thursday that passengers with a Galaxy Note 7 advises to set the phone not to charge or to put on during air travel.
In addition, the FAA is not wise to keep the phone in check-in baggage to stop. The airport authority is concerned about the risk of explosion of the batteries in the Samsung phone.
Samsung called worldwide, 2.5 million devices back after reports of exploded batteries. Three Australian airlines reported Thursday that the phones are not more turned on and charged during their flights.
In the Netherlands, the Galaxy Note 7 is still not in the sale. The device would actually be Friday to be released, but the sales has been postponed until further notice while replacement copies are produced.
People who already have a Note 7 have bought, for example, in the U.S. or South Korea, get a new instance with a safe battery.
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