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Samsung says 85 percent of U.S. Note7 devices have been replaced

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The raging dumpster fire that is the Samsung Galaxy Note7 has been, for the most part, extinguished. But the company is so worried about stubborn users who won’t return the device that it continues to deliver public status updates on the situation. 

The latest came this Friday in a note on the Samsung U.S. website, where the company claimed that, “85 percent of all recalled Galaxy Note7 devices have been replaced through the U.S. Note7 Refund and Exchange Program.”

Samsung’s post goes on to claim that the majority of those who used its U.S. refund and exchange program to return the Note7 opted to choose another Samsung brand smartphone. However, based on the exceedingly unusual way that Samsung has handled this entire debacle, it’s difficult not to take such claims without a certain dose of skepticism.  Read more…

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