The DGCA in India lifts ban off the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in flights
The Directorate of General Civil Aviation in India has lifted the ban that it placed on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 for its flights and flight agencies now and that is rightly so because the latter company has done all in their power to ensure that the units that are prone to explosion are recalled and exchanged while better and safer models are churned out to them.
The first time that the DGCA put such a restriction in place was on the 9th of September when it advised that owners of the smartphone should neither turn it on nor charge it when they are on an airplane and as well, not to put it in the baggage compartment.
You should however know that this new lifting of ban only applies to those Galaxy Note 7 units that were purchased after the 15th of September and carries the new green battery bar that indicates the safe devices.
It is also worthy of note that before the incident of recalls, Samsung was yet to start selling the Note 7 in India as it was just on pre-order then but now sales are bound to resume soon with a promise of a free VR Gear for those that registered for pre-order.
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