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The Galaxy Note 7 recall isn’t Samsung’s only product quality problem

One of the things Samsung has often said during the unprecedented Galaxy Note 7 recall is that the security of its customers is of utmost importance. But is that really so? The Galaxy Note 7 may be the worst recall Samsung had to face, but it’s certainly not the only one. In recent years, Samsung was forced to recall other products in certain markets, and not all affected customers were satisfied with the way Samsung handled things.
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