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Analysts think Samsung should kill the exploding Galaxy Note 7 and move onto the 8 (SSNLF)

Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note 7 disaster just keeps getting worse, and now some analysts think it might be time for the company to cut its losses and move on to the Galaxy Note 8. The South Korean electronics giant halted sales and recalled its $882 flagship device on September 2 in countries around the world following reports that multiple devices had melted, burst into flames, or burned people.
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