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WATCH: Samsung gives away Note 8 to all 200 passengers in a flight

After reports of combustion of Galaxy Note 7 batteries last year, Samsung had to scrap all the phablet sets which cost them $5.4 billion in operating profit. Several airports and flights had banned Note 7 in their premises for safety reasons. Following this disaster, the firm had invited third-party safety groups to investigate the matter and institute eight-point safety check for future phones and promised to do better in the future. Read More: Samsung to sell off refurbished Galaxy Note 7s: reports Then, Samsung…