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Security footage captured the terrifying moment a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started smoking in a home

New footage released shows a replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone start smoking in a Hawaii home. The company said it will no longer make the smartphone over reports of overheating batteries with original and replacement phones. Follow BI Video:   On Twitter   Join the conversation about this story »
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