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Exploding Galaxy Note 7 gets a new lease on life in GTA 5

No one will perhaps be happier than Samsung to leave the entire Galaxy Note 7 debacle behind. Last month was hectic for the company as it confirmed the recall and started replacing all of the units that it had shipped but even that wasn’t enough to stop reports of more Galaxy Note 7 units exploding. Now that it has replaced the majority of the units and has even started selling the handset again.
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