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Samsung sees progress in returned Note 7s and has distributed over 1 million replacement units

Samsung's nightmare regarding the Galaxy Note 7 seems to be coming to a close as the company is gearing up for the re-release in its home country and has distributed over 1 million replacement devices.
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