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PSA: You can now purchase the Galaxy Note 7 from T-Mobile in the US

As expected, T-Mobile has today reinitiated sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in the United States following Samsung’s voluntary recall of the device after it discovered that a faulty battery was to blame for over seventy units catching fire while charging in the region alone. The Galaxy Note 7 is available in three different colors — Black Onyx, Blue Coral and Silver Titanium — and can be picked.
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