They are writing the same emails today, along with profit warnings as their high end wanes and they subsist on largely cheap, low powered junk that barely meets the classification of "smartphone". The average sales price of their handsets is falling, which is what happened to former number one Nokia.
"Good products" and "Samsung" don't really belong in the same sentence. I'm glad I got rid of their piece of junk washing machine before it caught fire. http://www.smh.com.au/national/samsung-recalls-150000-washing-machines-20130430-2ir0d.html