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The Note 7 Meltdown Will Haunt Samsung For A Long Time

By Brian Barrett for WIRED. The Galaxy Note 7, Samsung’s flagship smartphone, reached customers on August 19. Within two weeks, 35 of the devices had either caught fire or blown up outright, prompting a voluntary recall of millions of handsets. And now, with replacement devices suffering the same explosive fate, the company has halted production. It doesn’t get much worse than this.
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