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A Replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 May Have Caught Fire on an Airplane

Both Samsung and the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission are in the process of investigating the incident, but it doesn’t look good for the beleaguered Galaxy Note 7 — a report from The Verge indicates that a replacement unit of the phone caught fire in an airplane before takeoff yesterday. The Note 7 was recalled after dozens of reports of batteries catching fire or exploding, but this is the first such incident involving a replacement model.
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