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Samsung: One million safe Galaxy Note 7’s now in the hands of consumers

Samsung has today revealed that more than one million customers around the world are now using a variant of the Galaxy Note 7 — either a replacement or a device initially sold in China — that sports a ‘safe’ battery. This news comes almost a month after the firm initiated a global recall of 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7’s following its discovery that a faulty cell was to blame for some units catching fire while on charge.
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