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Samsung sells 30,000 Galaxy Note 7s in Korea since re-launch

Samsung re-launched the Galaxy Note 7in their home country of South Korea over the weekend. If you don't know, they had to halt sales there -- and almost everywhere -- after a battery issue was discovered. The company sold 30,000 units in just 2 days.
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