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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Discontinued: What Should You Do If You Have One?

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After back-to-back battery problems, Samsung is is permanently discontinuing the Galaxy Note 7. After initial reports of devices catching on fire, Samsung rolled out a voluntary recall where it swapped out 2.5 million smartphones across 10 countries with “safer” devices. In light of reports of replacement devices exploding, the South Korean company is investigating terminating production of the high-end smartphone.
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