Samsung Galaxy J7 catches and the company investigating the cause: Report
Samsung Galaxy J7 Catches: A Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone caught fire on October 20 on a trip that was Delhi-Indore. The smartphone belonged to a Delhi resident, Arpita Dhal. According to a report by Hindustan Times, the smartphone was kept. Approximately 15 minutes from the airport, Dhal called the cabin crew to get assistance and detected smoke rising from her purse.
TheGalaxy j7 was retained along with three smartphones in the tote. The fire extinguishers onboard not worked and the flight team decided to dump the phone in water to stop the fire. As a precaution, two phones were also submerged in a water-filled tray.
A spokesperson for Jet Airways stated that the apparatus has been confiscated and will be returned after a comprehensive investigation. “Jet Airways crew instantly took responsibility for the circumstance, as also all essential steps as the precautionary measure, and according to the prescribed instructions,” the spokesperson told Hindustan Times. A Samsung India spokesperson said, “We’re in touch with relevant authorities to learn more. At Samsung, consumer security is the top priority.”
The Samsung Galaxy Note after it caught fire 7 has been prohibited in flights. The smartphone has been reported to be 35 global incidences’ cause and after his investigations, the business stated that it had been an issue with its battery mobile. The organization had to recall 2.5 million ruling 7 tablets sold to clients globally.