Samsung Note 7 gives Big B battery charging headache

Samsung Note 7 gives Big B battery charging headache

New Delhi, Sep 30 (IANS) On a day when India’s civil aviation regulator lifted the restrictions on the in-flight use of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone — but only those purchased after September 15, superstar Amitabh Bachchan posted another grudge against a device that has caused battery explosion fears worldwide.

“T 2395 – I have Samsung Note 7. Battery charge restricted to 60%. When will it allow me to go 100? Mr Samsung please respond! zara jaldi,” tweeted Bachchan on Friday, inviting immediate reactions from his fans.

“@SrBachchan sir leave it, may blast even … several incidence reported,” tweeted Vikas Singh.

Amid battery overheating issues, Samsung has recalled nearly 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 smartphones globally. The phone is yet to come in India.

But for Bachchan, Note 7 is giving him a different kind of headache — of battery not being charged to its full potential.

Well, wait till Samsung reacts to this or offers Big B another Note 7 device — made after September 15, of course!

2 Comments

  1. Who is this guy? And, why should we waste time talking about his phone charger when society and country are facing much more serious problems?

    • And why should we waste time talking about his phone charger when society and country are facing much more serious problems? – Tooth Shaker – RampaNNA

      Hello saar, I wish you had remembered the above ‘pearl of wisdom’ when you asked me to “focus on fishing”.

      Even otherwise, you know that my utmost focus is ALWAYS on my job (at Pilikula) and fishing. 🙂

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