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How Samsung's Exploding-Battery Fiasco Will Change the Smartphone Industry

Samsung's top-end smartphone is dead. In a move that shook the mobile industry, the South Korean giant officially pulled the plug on its new Galaxy Note 7 on Tuesday, recalling every phone it had sold around the world and permanently ceasing production just six weeks after it went on sale. Thus ends a saga that included reports of overheating, burning, and even exploding phones, followed by a massive recall that failed to solve the problem.
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