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Note 7 fallout: Survey says 34% of current customers won’t buy another Samsung phone

Samsung's September-quarter earnings managed to remain strong despite the current Galaxy Note 7 debacle thanks to strength in Samsung's other divisions. That's the good news. The bad news is that the long-term effects of Samsung's Note 7 nightmare could be severe. The South Korean company's latest flagship smartphone shipped with a defect in some units that has been causing them to explode, often injuring people and destroying property in the process.
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