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[Poll] Are you planning on keeping your Galaxy Note 7?

Samsung has announced that it’s discontinuing the Galaxy Note 7. It has recalled the handset once again and is now urging all users to return or exchange their device. Samsung is even providing monetary incentives to get people to give up the Galaxy Note 7. I’ve been reading on forums and social media that there are quite a few users who are adamant that they will keep using the Galaxy Note 7.
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