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The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is done

Here's two things you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note7. Number one, don't buy this phone. Ever. Whichever version.  Number two, if you already own a Galaxy Note7, turn it off right now. Then return it to the place of purchase as soon as possible and ask for a different phone as a replacement.  SEE ALSO: It's time for Samsung to explain what the hell is wrong with the Note7 Not only because the original phone's battery was faulty, causing more than 90 instances of the phone spontaneously catching fire.
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