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Samsung promises Note 7 replacements are safe to use despite reports of explosions

Shortly after reports of Galaxy Note 7 phones exploding made headline news, Samsung issued an official recall of the well-reviewed phablet. After supposedly fixing the issue with the battery that caused the Note 7 to explode, Samsung began replacing potentially dangerous Galaxy Note devices with replacement phones. Since the recall began, five replacements phones have exploded, but in spite of the reports, Samsung still claims its new phones are safe.
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