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Forget an early Galaxy S8 launch, Samsung is busy making more Galaxy S7 phones

Samsung’s got a lot of work to do in the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. Among other things, the company has to refund people who bought the Note 7 — or offer them exchange phones through its carrier partners, assuming customers decide to stay with Samsung after shipping their faulty phablets. Furthermore, the Korean giant is left without a new flagship phone in stores this Christmas, although it technically has two hot 2016 handsets that Android fans could still consider: The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.
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