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Here’s how Samsung might kill the Galaxy Note brand without actually killing it

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 problems are just getting started. The Korean giant will lose plenty of money following the disastrous Galaxy Note 7 launch, but that’s the least of its worries right now. Regaining the trust of consumer is top priority for the company, and Samsung might completely kill the Galaxy Note series in an effort to put this disaster behind it. DON’T MISS: This video might be our first look at a new Apple device no one even knew was in development After a report from earlier this week suggested that Samsung may not launch a Galaxy Note phone next year, news from Russia adds more weight to the notion that a Galaxy Note 8 might not be in the works for 2017.
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