Returned boxes of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are placed at a shop of a South Korean mobile carrier last week in Seoul, South Korea. Airports including Sea-Tac now have representatives on-site for Note 7 owners to deal with exchanges and refunds before boarding.
Returned boxes of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are placed at a shop of a South Korean mobile carrier last week in Seoul, South Korea. Airports including Sea-Tac now have representatives on-site for Note 7 owners to deal with exchanges and refunds before boarding. Lee Jin-man The Associated Press
Returned boxes of Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 7 smartphones are placed at a shop of a South Korean mobile carrier last week in Seoul, South Korea. Airports including Sea-Tac now have representatives on-site for Note 7 owners to deal with exchanges and refunds before boarding. Lee Jin-man The Associated Press

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