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Samsung’s Replacements for the Galaxy Note 7 Are Still Catching on Fire

At this point, I'm actually starting to feel bad for Samsung. Well, as bad as anyone can feel for a massive corporation that is probably going to be fine, eventually... nonetheless, they've been having a pretty tough year.
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