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Samsung allegedly attempts to cover up a new Galaxy Note 7 fire in China

Samsung attempted to cover up yet another Galaxy Note 7 fire in China, claims a new report. Zhang Sitong was saving a friend’s phone number on his Galaxy Note 7 when it started to vibrate and smoke. In an effort to protect his hands from the heat, he through it to the ground and told his friend to start filming. Once the fire had been dealt with accordingly, Sitong reached out to Samsung to.
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