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Samsung: 60 percent of old Galaxy Note 7s exchanged so far

90 percent of customers choosing to stick with the device, as opposed to getting a refund or a different Samsung phone. Samsung's Korean HQ has given an update on the progress of its global Galaxy Note 7 recall problem, as we approach a month since the company first halted sales of the potentially explosive phone. First, the key stats: 60% of old Note 7s have been returned in the U.
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