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On eBay, a Galaxy Note 7 box is worth more than the phone

Now that Samsung has asked for all Galaxy Note 7 units to be returned and ceased production, the device is worthless. Even if you decide to keep yours (which you shouldn’t), it’s going to have no resale value. But you might be surprised to learn that its box has. Some Note 7 owners have already […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
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