Three of the major airlines has imposed ban on the use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 as the smart phone is on fire but not in good sense because Galaxy Note 7 has danger of being crashed during flight due to overheating.
As the world is going on much faster technologies like iPhone 7 there is a much familiar company which has to bear the ban of its much expenses smart phone, the ban on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was previously imposed by an airline but now they have to face another from a cruise lines.
The airlines has officially banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device during the flight as it possibly crashed when passenger charge or use the device in airline.
The recent ban is imposed by world’s largest cruise airlines including Royal Caribbean International and Carnival.
There is a list of different airline from all over the globe that banned Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the names of the cruise airlines are Azamara Club Cruises, AIDA Cruises, CDF Croisieres de France, Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Costa Cruises, Cunard Line, Fathom, Disney Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Pullmantur Cruises, Seabourn Cruise, P & O Cruises, Line and TUI Cruises.
The consumers are believed to be advised by company that the Samsung Galaxy S7 users to power down the device whenever you traveled because the factor of heating up possible crashed your phone if users continuously using the phone.
The users that purchased this device before 15th September 2016 has to contact with retail centers or Samsung.com to replace with a new Galaxy Note 7 with different batteries.
Some of the airline like AIDA strictly inform the passengers to turn off their phone during flight and also turned off the app which automatically on the device such as Alarm.
The root cause of heating Galaxy note 7 is lithium ion battery so the device banned in London and New York City Subways.