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[Poll] Should Samsung stop selling the Galaxy Note 7?

After the immense success of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, the Galaxy Note 7 was expected to offer Samsung an upper hand against Apple’s iPhone 7 devices. However, things have turned in a dramatic manner for the company. Samsung had to recall most of the Galaxy Note 7 units sold worldwide due to faulty batteries that could lead to explosions, but even that isn’t going in the South Korean smartphone.
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