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Exploded Galaxy Note 7 seized by federal investigators

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wanted to get its hands on the Galaxy Note 7 that exploded last week on an airplane as fast as possible to investigate the incident. DON’T MISS: The end of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 saga is really only the beginning The CPSC used a subpoena to seize the destroyed Galaxy Note 7 unit. Investigators then drove the remains of the device to Bethesda, Maryland to deliver it to the CPSC lab for extensive testing.
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