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Galaxy Note 7: Samsung Facing PR Disaster And Sobering Losses After Pulling The Plug On Its Flagship Smartphone

The Galaxy Note 7 looked like a promising new upgrade to Samsung’s flagship smartphone. According to Business News Daily, the new phone sported a Quad High Definition AMOLED Gorilla Glass display capable of a resolution better than 720p. It had an iris scanner, which Samsung claimed was more secure than fingerprint scanning technology. Plus it... Read more » Galaxy Note 7: Samsung Facing
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