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The CPSC will investigate latest incident involving a safe Galaxy Note 7

It was reported just yesterday that a safe Galaxy Note 7 suffered the same fate as many of its unsafe siblings have before it onboard an airplane. It was a replacement unit that the owner had obtained from AT&T once Samsung started supplying safe inventory to the United States after confirming the recall. It was the same story we’ve all seen many times now, the battery exploded and the phone.
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