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Diehard Samsung fans would rather be burned than return their Note 7s

Samsung is in the midst of a huge mess involving its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7. After Samsung's first run of Note 7 devices began exploding while in use, Samsung had no choice but to issue a global recall of the approximately 2.5 million devices that had been shipped to retailers. After identifying what it believed to be the problem, the company began replacing first-run phones with new Note 7 units that were believed to be safe.
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