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Samsung is going to destroy every single Note 7 on the planet

Samsung has issued a global recall for the Note 7, again. But this time, rather than swapping out affected devices, refurbishing them, and trying to salvage the phone, it look like Samsung is going to completely kill off the device. The company confirmed to Motherboard that every single device it receives back -- which will hopefully be all of them -- will be "disposed of," rather than repaired or refurbished.
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