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Samsung has killed the Galaxy Note 7 and it could cost them $17 billion

Samsung says it will no longer make the Galaxy Note 7 after its original phones caught fire and new reports came out that the replacements were having the same problem. Follow BI Video:   On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
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