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Samsung’s ‘safe’ Note 7 replacement just caught fire on a plane

Samsung’s exploding battery woes aren’t over. According to initial reports from The Verge, a Southwest Airlines flight was grounded and evacuated this morning when a Galaxy Note 7 began smoking in a passenger’s pocket. The Note 7 issues are widely-known, and left Samsung footing the bill for an extensive recall that required the phone’s owners to trade theirs in on newer, safer replacements.
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