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Did This Consumer Product Explode?

After receiving more than 100 reports of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone overheating, smoking, catching fire, and, well, exploding, Samsung permanently halted production of the device on Tuesday. The company initially recalled the phone over a lithium-battery issue in September and offered new Note 7s to owners of the phone—but then three of the replacements caught fire, including one that burned through the floor of a Southwest Airlines plane.
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