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Samsung’s woes continue as yet another replacement Galaxy Note 7 explodes

The current saga involving faulty Galaxy Note 7 phablets from Samsung just can't seem to die down. Even though Samsung initiated a worldwide recall and has been busy exchanging potentially dangerous Note 7 devices with replacement units, we're starting to see a growing number of incidents involving new and supposedly safe Note 7 devices bursting into flames. DON'T MISS: Enjoy tonight’s Presidential Debate with this funky drinking game Earlier today, we highlighted four instances of Note 7 replacement devices catching fire and exploding.
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