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Samsung has formally recalled the replacement Galaxy Note 7

Samsung and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) are formally recalling the replacement Galaxy Note 7 phone. According to the CPSC, all Galaxy Note 7 phones are being recalled, even the ones sold after September 15, which Samsung initially said would be safe to use. The CPSC says Samsung received 23 complaints of overheating Note 7 phones after the initial September 15 recall.
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