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Video captures Galaxy Note 7 as it goes up in smoke

Imagine you're lying on the couch, minding your own business and enjoying some much needed downtime. All of a sudden, your wife rushes into the living room in a panic, arm extended, holding a smartphone in her hand as it spews out black smoke. That's no way to spend your weekend, but it's exactly what happened to the Decasa family this past Sunday morning. And yes, in case you're wondering, it was a replacement Note 7.
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