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Will there be a Galaxy Note 8? How Samsung can regain consumer trust

Will there be a Galaxy Note 8? Should there be? The Galaxy Note 7 is dead. It's been hard to miss the unceasing flow of news since replacement units began catching fire despite Samsung's assurances that they were using battery cells from different suppliers than the original 2.5 million that were recalled in early September. So now Samsung has several priorities, both short-term and long-term.
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