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How to jump from the Galaxy Note7 to the Google Pixel

Owners of the Galaxy Note7 are in a dreadful position. Samsung discontinued the $850 phone Tuesday after weeks of disaster: Some handsets overheated and exploded, the company tried to replace them, and then the new devices suffered the same problems. Simply put, it's now irresponsible, even dangerous, to own a Note7. Now comes the task of replacing it, which isn't as simple as it sounds.
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