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Lab test pictures show the Galaxy Note 7 combusting in spectacular fashion

We are all well aware now of the Galaxy Note 7?s tendency to explode. Samsung sprung into action last month when it announced the recall and kicked off the replacement program. However, troubling reports continue to pour in. Just a few days ago it was reported that a replacement Galaxy Note 7 deemed safe exploded just as countless unsafe units have before it leading to a federal investigation.
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