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As far as I'm concerned, Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is dead. After more than half a dozen people in the past week alone claimed that their "safe" replacement Note 7 handsets burst into flames, the phone is no longer an option. Whether Samsung claims the phones are safe after conducting its investigations, recalls the phones again and issues new replacements, or cancels the phone all together, it makes no difference to me.
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