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CPSC and Samsung will investigate the safe Galaxy Note 7 that exploded on a plane

The unthinkable has happened, a Galaxy Note 7 blew up on a plane before takeoff in the US, prompting a swift evacuation. The worst part, for Samsung at least, is that the phone was a safe Galaxy Note 7 unit, the kind of new Note flavor that should sport a risk-free battery. The incident did not go unnoticed. Both Samsung and federal authorities are going to investigate the Galaxy Note 7 fire on the Southwest Airlines flight.
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