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Samsung Galaxy Note 7: Debut to Trash Heap in Less Than 2 Months

This article originally appeared on the International Business Times. Samsung released its much anticipated Galaxy Note 7 on Aug. 19, 2016. Less than two months after the phone’s debut, the South Korean company has announced it is permanently discontinuing the controversial smartphone in light of more reports of devices—in this case, replacement devices that were promised to be safe—catching on fire.
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