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End of Galaxy Note 7 predicted to help Apple, but 'big beneficiaries' could be other Android devices

While investment firm Wells Fargo Securities believes Apple and its newly released iPhone 7 Plus will benefit from the discontinuation of the dangerous Galaxy Note 7, it also believes that the greatest potential for gains could be non-Samsung Android handsets.
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