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Samsung resumes sales of Galaxy Note 7 after safety controversy

Samsung Electronics Co. said Saturday it has resumed the sales of the controversial Galaxy Note 7 phablet in South Korea, roughly a month after it suspended sales due to defected battery problems that posed safety concerns. South Korea's No. 1 tech giant started to receive pre-orders for the latest phablet, a cross between a smartphone and tablet PC, on Wednesday, selling some 16,000 units on.
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