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5 great Android phones to replace your possibly explosive Note7 with

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is officially toast.  Following initial reports of explosions, Samsung responded with a recall and replacement program. But problems persisted, and some replacement devices have reportedly caught fire. Network providers like AT&T and T-Mobile have halted Note7 replacements and offered refunds, and  Mashable officially retracted its recommendation of the device on Tuesday.
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