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Note 7?

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Well it's a great phone, the early ones had a bad battery, obviously. But according to their website they now have a new battery installed, so IMO it's worth it, just make sure you get one with a new battery. 

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Yeah it's a great phone, but consider some other offerings, like the LGV20 Before purchasing


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The LG V20 seems to be a better choice now after considering that their specification is about the same and there are reports that the Note 7 are still having issue after the exchange

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As a owner of a note 7. I love mine though i dont really care for the battery. My note 3 lasted forever but this thing dies pretty fast


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