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Samsung reportedly clueless about the cause of the Galaxy Note 7?s battery failures

In less than two months the Galaxy Note 7 has gone from being hailed as one of Samsung’s best smartphones to its worst failure. The company will no longer produce and sell the Galaxy Note 7 but questions remain. How can a company like Samsung with years of experience under its belt and infinite resources at its disposal botch a smartphone in such spectacular fashion? If a new report published in.
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