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New Galaxy Note 7 sales resume in Korea Oct. 1 as recall expected to hit 80% completion

Samsung restarts TV commercials for the phone, throws in cheaper screen replacements for its home market. Samsung moving towards the conclusion of its Galaxy Note 7 recall — at least in its home market of South Korea. According to Reuters, the company will restart sales of the phone on October 1, by which time it expects 80 percent of old, potentially hazardous Note 7s to have been returned.
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