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Smell burning? Samsung’s 'Death Note 7' could still cause a contagion

The trouble doesn't stop here. It starts here Analysis  Samsung’s rivals in the cut-throat flagship phone market shouldn’t pop open the champagne just yet. While in the short term, Sony, HTC and Google could see some upside from Samsung’s now-deceased “Death Note”, in the long term the market and the consumer benefit from a high margin leader.…
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