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The last two months have been a nightmare for Samsung — here’s how they unfolded

Samsung has heeded the advice of analysts and reporters alike, shutting down production of the Galaxy Note 7. The flagship phone was meant to be Samsung’s counter to the iPhone 7 this fall, and while it earned glowing reviews upon launch, it simply wouldn’t stop blowing up. Now, the phone’s failure could cost the company up to $17 billion in lost sales. The chart from Statista below recaps just how the fiasco dragged along, from the first global recall a month ago to the final pulling of the plug on Tuesday.
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