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Two More Replacement Note 7s Explode, So Yeah, Don’t Buy a Galaxy Note 7

At the end of last week, after a report surfaced of a Galaxy Note 7 owner whose supposedly safe phone caught fire on a Southwest plane just before takeoff made the rounds, and carriers began accepting returns for those worried about their own replacement devices, two more reports of exploding devices have arrived. This situation […] Two More Replacement Note 7s Explode, So Yeah, Don’t
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