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An up-close and personal look at a Galaxy Note 7 as it explodes

Strength in other divisions at Samsung helped offset the financial hit the company took in the third quarter as a result of its unprecedented Galaxy Note 7 recall. But if a new claim pans out and a "safe" Note 7 issued as a replacement did in fact catch fire aboard an airplane earlier this week, Samsung's initial recall might just be the beginning. As we know all too well at this point, a major manufacturing defect has completely spoiled Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 launch over the past two months.
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