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Another "Safe" Note 7 Has Burst Into Flames -- Samsung's Note 7 May Really Be Done

Photo: Ben Sin A couple weeks back, when reports began surfacing that Samsung's replacement Note 7s (meaning, the supposedly fault-free ones that were manufactured after the recall) were suffering from rapid battery discharges, Forbes' Jay McGregor wrote a piece declaring the Note 7 to be "finished."His logic was that, the initial [...]
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