Samsung announced Tuesday it is discontinuing Galaxy Note7 production permanently for the sake of consumer safety.
On Monday it had halted sales of the phone.
The once-highly touted phone was found to have serious battery defects that could start fires, and after a recall, replacement phones had similar problems.
Authorities in the U.S. and South Korea are still investigating why even the replacements are catching fire.
Here's what the phones looked like after the fires broke out.
Failures since the recall
In one recent incident, a Southwest Airline plane had to be evacuated after a Samsung phone filled the cabin with smoke, USA Today reports. In another instance, a Minnesota teen said she felt a "burning sensation" as the phone's protective case melted from extreme heat. Both phones were replacements for recalled devices.
In a statement released Tuesday, Samsung told Note7 users to turn their phones off immediately as it continues to investigate the fires.
On Sunday, Dee Decasa was visiting Samsung's website when she heard a "pop" and saw smoke spewing out of her phone, The Associated Press reports.
This was the result.
Twitter users mourned the phone's demise.
I'm totally buying a Samsung Galaxy 7 for Diwali. I like my firecrackers fancy.— Priya Sometimes (@PriyaSometimes) October 11, 2016
Others were more opportunistic.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.