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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 May Be Gone, but Its Spirit Lives On

The first time I bought a giant smartphone—something I still refuse to call a “phablet”—was in 2011, when Dell discontinued its 5-inch Streak model and began dumping unsold units at a deep discount. The phone was a behemoth, at almost a half-pound in weight and sporting a giant bezel around its display. I was roundly ridiculed by just about everyone who saw me using this unwieldy monstrosity, but I was hooked.
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