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Everything Samsung could pack into the Galaxy S8

Samsung's having a really terrible month. Several of its products — new and old — are literally exploding left and right. Looking forward is the only thing the South Korean electronics giant can do as it recalls and exchanges Note7 phones prone to catching on fire from defective batteries. The potential lost sales from the Note7 may push Samsung to move the Galaxy S8 release up to make people forget about the exploding Note7.
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