How do you ship EXPLODING PHONES!? - Note 7

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Shared January 16, 2017

The Galaxy Note 7 had some explosive issues. Which is super unfortunate because there were an estimated 2.5 million devices sold. Luckily Samsung did do a recall and offered full refunds to anyone who had purchased one of the defective units. Also... I don't actually live with my mom. I was prepared for the fire ;-)

As of today 96% of the Note 7 smartphones have been returned.

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