On Wednesday, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, bought after the recall of this model in several countries of the world, caused the smoke on Board the aircraft at the international airport of Louisville, Kentucky. This incident was reported by the world media, so Samsung was quick to make an official comment about it.
“Samsung failed to study referred to in the press device, so the company cannot confirm that the incident happened with the Galaxy Note 7 out of the batch of new production. Samsung Electronics is working with official bodies and representatives of airlines Southwest, to get the device for research. Only after careful consideration of all the circumstances described in the message event, Samsung Electronics will provide the details,” the company said
Earlier it was reported that the South Korean flagship began to smoke on Board of an airliner Southwest Airlines, departing Baltimore. According to the owner of the faulty device, he acquired the device after a massive review of the Galaxy Note 7. It is noted that the battery indicator in his office was green, which should indicate the security of the device.
It was reported that the airport authorities evacuated 75 passengers and crew members, none of them was hurt.
Earlier, the US aviation authorities banned passengers to use on Board the Galaxy Note 7 due to ignition of the battery.
In September, the Commission for determining the safety of consumer products (Consumer Product Safety Commission, CPSC) announced the recall of around a million Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The office noted that it received approximately 100 reports of overheating, including 26 reports of burns and 55 of damage to property.