Jordan Golson, reporting for The Verge:
More worryingly, the phone in question was a replacement Galaxy
Note 7, one that was deemed to be safe by Samsung. The Verge spoke
o Brian Green, owner of the Note 7, on the phone earlier today
and he confirmed that he had picked up the new phone at an AT&T
store on September 21st. A photograph of the box shows the black
square symbol that indicates a replacement Note 7 and Green said
it had a green battery icon.
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