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Samsung Discontinues Galaxy Note 7 For Good; Fiasco Costs Samsung Whopping $17 Billion

Samsung has been in a terrible situation for some time now, because of Galaxy Note 7 flagship smartphone and has received lot of flak for it. Unfortunately, the company did not take the correct measures to desensitize the issue, instead it made it worse. Over a period of time, multiple Note 7s around the world […] The post Samsung Discontinues Galaxy Note 7 For Good; Fiasco Costs Samsung Whopping $17 Billion first appeared on Trak.
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