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Exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sparks series of online memes

Well, if there's an explosion of this sort, there is bound to be an equal and forceful reaction on Twitterverse.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: October 13, 2016 1:25:26 pm
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This is definitely not a great time for the guys over at Samsung. With their latest flagship smartphone – and their reputation – fast going up in flames (quite literally), there has been a global recall of the defective Galaxy Note 7. In fact, the company is sending across fire-resistant boxes to users in the US so that the phones may be sent back to the retailers.

Not only that, on October 11, the South Korean phone company also said it was discontinuing the Note 7 phones. This comes just two months after its launch, and right on the heels of the launch of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. Soon after news of various Galaxy Note 7 phones catching fire spread, social media sites exploded with jokes and memes around not only Samsung, but also adding fuel to the existing tug-of-war between Apple and Samsung.

Well, if there’s an explosion of this sort, there is bound to be an equal and forceful reaction on Twitterverse. After all, the world of memes can hardly let something like this go by, right?! Take a look at some of the funniest memes currently doing the rounds.

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