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There are reports of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones still catching fire in China

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fire problems may be spreading to China. A Note 7 user sent photos of his burned Note 7 to CNN Money, claiming he bought it this week. " We are currently contacting the customer and will conduct a thorough examination of the device in question once we receive it," Samsung told Business Insider in a statement. Samsung has said the battery issue didn't affect Note 7 phones sold in China because those phones contain batteries from a different supplier.
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