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Samsung permanently cancels the Galaxy Note 7

It was always highly likely, but now it's official: The Galaxy Note 7 is dead. Samsung has "permanently discontinued" the Galaxy Note 7, according to The Wall Street Journal. Reporting from Seoul, the outlet says that Samsung, in a filing to Korean regulators, said it would "permanently cease sales of the device," less than a day after it told all Note 7 owners (both old and new) to switch off and return their phones.
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