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This is the crazy fireproof box Samsung customers have to use for Galaxy Note 7 returns

The ongoing Galaxy Note 7 saga will undoubtedly go down in the history books as one of the most dramatic, embarrassing and mismanaged PR tech disasters of all-time. It was bad enough when Samsung's first batch of Note 7 devices were prone to catching fire and exploding, but the situation got much worse when Note 7 replacement units began exploding as well. On top of that, there is evidence to suggest that Samsung attempted to keep reports of Note 7 explosion incidents under wraps, effectively valuing their brand over the safety of its consumers.
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