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Comment: Samsung’s literal meltdown will mostly benefit Google & LG, but should help Apple too

You might have thought things couldn’t get any worse for Samsung after a series of fires and explosions forced it to recall its flagship Galaxy Note 7. It had already been forced to recall almost 2.5 million devices at an estimated cost of a billion dollars, with all U.S. major carriers offering customers the option to return replacement devices also. But things have now gotten worse.
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