The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Is Getting Ruthlessly Trolled On Twitter–Here Are The Most Fire Reactions
Samsung is in crisis mode after its flagship $850 phone has literally been blowing up on customers. Samsung has permanently stopped production on the Note 7 after faulty lithium-ion batteries were overheating the device and causing it to ignite.
The discontinuation of the phone cost the company an estimated loss of $1 billion during the first recall. But, the loss could be as much as $17 billion in sales based on lost sales of the 19 million Galaxy Note 7 units Samsung had originally expected to sell during the device’s lifetime.
This is funny for everyone except Samsung. Twitter has been blowing up over the catastrophe. Below are the funniest reactions.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Headquarters. pic.twitter.com/Eh3PvNFfK3
— ♏ikeXBO (@MikeXBO) October 11, 2016
When you leave your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the car: pic.twitter.com/wA1aD1v1oe
— Matthew Kick (@MatthewKick) October 11, 2016
Lmao the Samsung Galaxy is now being used as a weapon in GTA pic.twitter.com/zhGJMPgp8G
— Troydan (@TroydanGaming) October 10, 2016
When you get home with pizza and your flatmate's got a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. pic.twitter.com/8dIUhKBbCN
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) October 11, 2016
From now on, every Samsung Galaxy phone needs to come pre-loaded with the Mission Impossible theme
— Donald Richard (@DonaldRichard) October 10, 2016
— IRFAN (@SimplyIrfan) October 11, 2016
— nascarcasm (@nascarcasm) October 11, 2016
— Thomas kent (@kent1_10) October 11, 2016
Returned my Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Stupid phone didn't explode even after 2 weeks of use.
— Shan (@klpe) October 10, 2016
Just entered a competition to win a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The loser gets two of them 🙈🔥📱
— Tony Shepherd (@tonysheps) October 11, 2016
⚒ new Samsung Galaxy 7 accessories 🔥😉 pic.twitter.com/Gq2Lv0Wdrf
— SPEEDWAY HAMMER ⚒ (@westhamutd1955) October 11, 2016
"It's better to burn out, than to fade away." — Samsung Galaxy Note7
— Stan Schroeder (@franticnews) October 10, 2016