European safety regulator EASA has withdrawn a safety bulletin that focused on the risks of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones, following their recall and deactivation. In September 2016, EASA and the FAA warned of the risk of allowing Note 7 smartphone-use inflight because of Lithium battery-related fire fears. Samsung issued a global recall and, by Feb. 2, it had received 94% of the devices in Europe and 96.5% worldwide. The electronics giant also issued a mandatory software update in ...

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