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It’s Galaxy Note battery recall season, but this time it’s not Samsung’s fault

The Galaxy S8 already proved that Samsung fixed the battery problems that caused the massive Galaxy Note 7 recall last year. There’s no reason to worry about that the imminent Galaxy Note 8’s battery safety, as Samsung can’t afford another Note disaster after last year’s events. That said, it is Galaxy Note battery fire and recall season, apparently, as the older Galaxy Note 4 is prone to overheating.
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