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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Relaunched In South Korea: Battery Indicator Key Feature Of Safe Unit

Samsung has officially re-launched the controversial Galaxy Note 7 in South Korea as the company vows that the new batch of devices will no longer have battery issues that cause sudden ignition. In a press release posted on the Samsung Newsroom, the Korean smartphone maker revealed its plans to start selling Galaxy Note 7 units... Read more » Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Relaunched In South Kore
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