New Delhi: Senior administrators of Samsung on Monday met authorities of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), two days after one of the organization's top of the line cell phones burst into flames inside an IndiGo flying machine.
Amid the meeting, which went on for 60 minutes, the flight controller looked for specialized insights about the Galaxy Note arrangement in the midst of worries over batteries of a portion of the gadgets getting overheated and detonating, sources said.On September 23, a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 burst into flames inside an IndiGo airplane originating from Singapore amid arriving at the Chennai air terminal.
Taking after the occurrence, which was the first of its kind including a Samsung Galaxy Note on board an air ship in India, the guard dog had summoned the organization's authorities for a meeting.DGCA will facilitate look at the cell phone that burst into flames, the sources said.
The incident happened within a fortnight of the regulator prohibiting the use of Galaxy Note 7 on board following a series of cases of the smartphone's battery exploding in various countries.
this model is yet to be launched in the Indian market.
According to sources, Samsung executives told DGCA that Galaxy Note 7 manufactured till September 15 will not be sold in India in order to address battery issues.About Monday's meeting, DGCA spokesperson was not available for comment while Samsung did not offer any immediate comment.
Soon after the incident of Galaxy Note 2 catching fire was reported on September 23, Samsung had said it was looking into the matter and was in touch with relevant authorities to gather more information.