Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9? According to newswire NewYork Post, a Long Island woman Diane Chung took Samsung to the court after her Samsung Galaxy Note 9 spontaneously combusted inside a Long Island woman’s purse. The first target of the lawsuit is to clarify her damage in this incident. Diane Chung said in her lawsuit she was using the new handset on September 3 when it suddenly became "extremely hot," and then she stopped using the phone and placed it in her purse but soon heard "a whistling and screeching sound, and she noticed thick smoke" pouring from her purse. Chung had to remove the phone by emptying her purse onto an elevator floor, but the fire didn't stop until a passerby picked up the handset with a cloth and placed it into a bucket of water. The regret incident happened in the context Samsung CEO Koh Dong-jin affirmed that the battery in the Galaxy Note 9 is safer than ever. Users do not have to worry about the batteries anymore. … [Read more...] about Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
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Low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific October 18 banned all passengers on their flights from carrying on board and checking in Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smart phones on its domestic and international flights.The ban is due to concerns of potential fire risk from the device's battery in a bid to ensure passengers and the plane’s safety.The carrier said it has banned use the Note 7 from its flights under all forms. Passengers in possession of the device – even if it is in their check-in luggage - will be denied boarding,The ban was issued after a number of incidents of fire worldwide relating to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 reported. Samsung had asked its customers to return their phones to Samsung for a refund.Jetstar said that its officials will popularize its passengers about the ban of bringing Samsung Galaxy Note 7 aboard as well as the luggage will be screened for the flights’ safety. … [Read more...] about Jetstar Pacific bans use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on flights
With many countries having prohibited airline passengers from charging their Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s aboard flights or putting them in checked baggage, the Vietnamese aviation watchdog has decided to follow suit as of last weekend. With many countries having prohibited airline passengers from charging their Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s aboard flights or putting them in checked baggage, the Vietnamese aviation watchdog has decided to follow suit as of last weekend. On September 8, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FFA) warned travelers against using or charging the latest edition of Samsung’s flagship handset while on board, as well as putting them among checked baggage. The move comes shortly after the South Korean smartphone maker announced a global recall of all Note 7’s, following reports of the devices exploding during or after charging. In a fiat released on Saturday, the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) demanded that local airlines … [Read more...] about Vietnam bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on airlines, follows global trend
Three Australian airlines have banned passengers from using or charging Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries. Qantas, its budget unit Jetstar and Virgin Australia said they had not been directed to ban the use of the phone by aviation authorities, but did so as a precaution following Samsung's recall of the phones in 10 markets. Although customers will still be able to bring the phones on flights, the ban extends to the phones being plugged in to flight entertainment systems where USB ports are available. The recall follows reports of the 988,900 won ($885) phone igniting while charging - an embarrassing blow to Samsung, which prides itself on its manufacturing prowess and had been banking on the devices to add momentum to a recovery in its mobile business. Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone vendor, has sold 2.5 million of the premium devices so far. "Following Samsung Australia's recall of the … [Read more...] about Australian airlines ban use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones after battery fires
VietNamNet Bridge – Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones have been welcomed warmly by Vietnamese for their design and hardware. The phones were introduced at an event in Barcelona on March 1. Vietnamese telecom engineers praised the products but said they did not yet know the selling price. Tran Manh Hiep, the administrator of TinhTe, a telecoms forum, said the design and materials for the Galaxy S6s are now at the level of phones made by HTC, Sony and Apple. Hiep said that previously Samsung’s products lagged far behind their rivals in terms of designs and materials. "Now with the new designs, Samsung fans feel better and find phones are worth the money they spend," he said. Galaxy S6, which is expected to replace Galaxy S5 as the leading product of the South Korean manufacturer, has design features quite different from the existing Samsung models. S6 has a back cover made of glass and the phone body’s edge is made of metal. Existing Samsung models are made … [Read more...] about Vietnamese give thumbs up to new Samsung Galaxy S6 design