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Samsung will pay you if you don’t abandon its brand

Samsung’s second Galaxy Note 7 recall is now official, and the company is finally comfortable using the word "recall" to describe what’s currently happening with the phablet. The Galaxy Note 7 is unlikely to return to stores, as Samsung already stopped production and is looking to discontinue the model. But the company still has to replace a few million Galaxy Note 7 devices that are currently in use.
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