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Can Samsung bounce back from its costly Galaxy Note 7 disaster?

The Gadget Guy's weekly tech instalment

16th October, 2016

The internet is already aflame with videos of burning Samsung Note 7 smartphones, after the firm recalled all of its Galaxy Note 7 handsets globally as a result of reports of them spontaneously overheating and ‘exploding’.

The flagship Note 7 was heralded by some as the best smartphone ever released. The Note variety, for anyone who isn’t aware, is the larger screen Samsung with the stylus for handwriting and drawing right on the screen.


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