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Uh Oh, One Of Samsung's Replacement Phones Caught Fire On An Airplane

Samsung, the electronics company currently putting the “call” in “recall,” may need to re-examine its phone manufacturing supply chain. Again. After a series of Samsung’s new Note 7 phones caught fire in widely publicized incidents late this summer, the Korean manufacturer traced the problem back to a “battery cell issue” and launched a voluntary recall. On Wednesday, however, one of the supposedly safe new phones also caught fire, forcing the evacuation of a Southwest Airlines flight in Louisville.
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