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Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 problems taking a toll at the retail level, Wave7 reports

Samsung’s problems with the Galaxy Note 7 are beginning to take a toll at the retail level, according to new data from Wave7 Research. The market research firm said “near-term damage to Samsung share has gone from minimal to significant” over the last few weeks as the South Korean vendor has experienced problems with overheating batteries in both the initial models and replacement Note 7 phones.
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