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Another 23 Samsung Galaxy Note 7s overheated in the last month

Late last night, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Samsung officially issued a global recall of the Galaxy Note 7 that includes its replacement units. They’ve also revealed numbers related to overheating devices. According to Samsung and the US CPSC, 23 reports of replacement Galaxy Note 7s have come in since the original Note 7 [...]
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