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Old 14th October 2016, 07:26   #1
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Default Samsung’s “Note” brand might be killed forever

Following the unprecedented crisis caused by the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, a new report is suggesting that Samsung might choose to retire the Note brand forever. The folks over at Russian website Hi Tech claim to have received the tip from one of their sources. Their source claims that in a survey conducted by...
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