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New Galaxy Note 7 sales begin October 28 in Europe

New release is almost two months after the original street date, as Samsung announces 57% of old Note 7s have been returned. Samsung has today announced that new Galaxy Note 7 sales will recommence from October 28, after battery safety problems scuppered the original launch date of September 2. The company says the new date is "subject to a full completion of the exchange program" — so all (or at least the overwhelming majority) of old, potentially dangerous Notes need to be returned before new sales can begin.
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