Samsung on Thursday said there has been no incident with regard to Galaxy Note 7 in India as not even a single unit of the gadget was sold in the nation.
"We can affirm that there has been no episode as to Galaxy Note 7 in India. Indeed, not a solitary unit of Galaxy Note 7 was sold in India," a Samsung India representative said in a late-night explanation.
The announcement takes after a composed answer to the Lok Sabha today by Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha who refering to avionics controller DGCA's discoveries said harm to the battery of a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 prompted to smoke radiating from a portable PC sack kept in the overhead stuff compartment of a flight from Singapore to Chennai in September.
On September 23, the lodge team watched smoke from a cell phone kept in a portable workstation pack in the overhead stuff rack in the flight.
Sinha said move was made to control and splash the influenced article according to method while no damage to any traveler or team was accounted for. "Matter was researched by DGCA and amid the examination, it was watched that the harm to the battery of a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 had prompted to the said event," Sinha said in the composed answer.