Samsung hands free Galaxy Note 8: A year ago, many people were told they could not fly with their Galaxy Note 7 because it was prone to fire due to battery issues.Now, Samsung is reportedly handing out free Galaxy Note 8 units to fliers in a bid to tell the world that its latest Note phone is as safe as a chocolate bar on airplanes.
Samsung hands free Galaxy Note 8 to 200 passengers.Sounds implausible but then when you are Samsung you can pull it off something like this. The company indeed handed out 200 free Galaxy Note 8 — packed and sealed in retail boxes — to all passengers on a flight in Spain. It was a surprise gesture as far as passengers were concerned.They had no idea that they would be getting a phone that costs nearly $1000 in Spain for free. The free Note 8 were distributed on a flight operated by Iberia between Madrid to A Coruna. And the gesture left passengers, first a little amused, and then grinning from ear-to-ear as air-hostess went through the aisle handing out free boxes of the latest Samsung Android flagship.The Note 8 was launch a few months ago. Samsung says that it took extra care for the battery in this phone and that it is perfectly safe for the daily use.Samsung giving away the free Note 8 units to people inside a plane is company’s attempt to draw attention at the fact that the Note 8 is perfectly safe to use, even on the planes. The Galaxy Note 8 is a top-of-the-line phone. In India it sells for Rs 67,900.
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