FAA Warns Airline Passengers Against Using Samsung Smartphone

The warning comes following numerous reports that the Galaxy Note 7 phone could explode and catch fire.
0:25 | 09/09/16

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Federal aviation authorities have issued an extraordinary warning about Samsung's new Smart for in the FAA says passengers should not turn on. Or charge the galaxy note 7000. During flights following numerous reports that they could explode and catch fire. Passengers are also warned not to microphones in checked luggage Samsung has stopped selling the phones and it issues a Rico.

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