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Report indicates Samsung killed the Note7 without figuring out what's wrong with it

During a mini brainstorming session at Mashable on Tuesday, a few of us that have been following Samsung's Galaxy Note7 fiasco tried (with little help from Samsung, which has been quite vague in its statements) to establish a timeline of events.  It appeared to us that, after receiving 92 user complaints of Note7 overheating and/or bursting into flames, the company quickly pinpointed the problem to one of the batteries used in the device (the Note7 was originally shipped with batteries from two different plants).
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