Merely a couple of months after it was formally announced nobody is talking about the Galaxy Note 7′s potential anymore. They are talking about its tendency to explode for no apparent reason. Soon after the handset was released in August reports started coming in that the Galaxy Note 7 was burning up. Samsung later confirmed that its new flagship had a battery cell defect and that it was launching a replacement program to replace all units shipped since launch with new, safe ones. The replacement program entered its final phases in many markets across the globe by the end of last month and Samsung even started to resume sales but as we’re all finding out, the Galaxy Note 7 debacle is far from over.
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