Can things get any worse for Samsung?
This was a busy weekend, what with the inundation reports that new, replacement Note 7s have been catching fire. Not only is the Galaxy Note brand damaged, but Samsung will have a long difficult couple of quarters as it attempts to come back from this.
Many media outlets are taking this opportunity to write about how Google and LG must take this opportunity to pounce on people looking to switch loyalties, and manufacturers.
Things go from bad to worse, as Samsung's "safe" phones reportedly cause fires and result in hospital admissions in the US.
Reports suggest US carriers have already stopped selling the replacement Galaxy Note 7s, and that Samsung has halted production of the Galaxy Note 7, according to Korea's Yonhap News Agency.
EE and Vodafone halt Galaxy Note 7 exchanges, while O2 and Three consider options. After a weekend of dire press for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, with reports of battery fires in replacement units in the U.S. and Asia, and Samsung app...
Following reports of replacement Note 7 phones catching on fire, Samsung is encouraging its partners to stop all sales of the handset.