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Galaxy Note 7 flameout: 2 in 5 Samsung fans say they'll never buy from the Korean giant again

Punters will vote with their wallets – before they're roasted Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco continues to erode the South Korean goliath's customer base.…
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