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16 Things to Buy With Your Note 7 Refund That Definitely Won't Explode

Depending on how you look at it, the Galaxy Note 7 is either a very good phone with one very bad problem or a very bad hand grenade with one very good problem. Either way, you probably don’t want one in your pocket, as Samsung basically admitted on Monday when it urged customers to power down and return their phones. Read more...
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