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Samsung to reuse rare metals from recalled Galaxy Note 7s

MailOnline Tuesday, 18 July 2017 ()
Samsung to reuse rare metals from recalled Galaxy Note 7sThe South Korea-based company was forced to launch a $19 billion recall in October last year after it was discovered that the devices were prone to overheating and bursting into flames.
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News video: Samsung to recycle 157 tonnes of rare metals from its recalled Galaxy Note 7s

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Samsung plans to recycle 157 tonnes of rare metals, including gold, from its recalled Galaxy Note 7s, in an attempt to reduce the environmental impact. The company was forced to launch a 16-billion-euro recall in October last year after it was discovered that the devices were prone to overheating and...

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