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Samsung still has a problem with exploding phones in China

Samsung's problems with the exploding Galaxy Note 7 phone aren't over yet: Customers in China have been complaining about devices overheating — and now one has claimed that a supposedly safe model has blown up. Bloomberg reports that a customer named Hui Renjie bought a new Galaxy Note 7 online and it was delivered over the weekend. On Monday morning the device "exploded".
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