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Samsung Investigating New Wave of Note 7 Battery Fires, but This Phone is Already Dead

Samsung released the Galaxy Note 7 earlier this fall to overwhelmingly positive reviews. However, it wasn’t long before it became apparent this phone suffered from defective batteries that could burst into flames. Samsung […]
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