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Samsung scraps Note 7, so what next for consumers?

Reports of battery fires first prompted a round of recalls followed by exchanges for what the company said were safer devices. [...] Samsung was forced to junk the huge phone-bordering-on-tablet altogether after reports that the replacement phones were causing fires too. The multiple investigations into replacement units catching fire and the fact Samsung has pulled the plug on the model should tell you something.
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