The South Korean electronics giant says it'll lose approximately $3.1 billion (about £2.53b, AU$4.08b) on the Note 7 recall over the next six months.
That's more than triple the first recall estimate of $1 billion (about £820m, AU$1.32b). Unfortunately for Samsung, the Galaxy Note 7 replacements caught on fire, too, demanding the ultimate cancellation of the phone.
Today's new figure is on top of the $2.3 billion (about £1.9b, AU$3b) hit it just took on third quarter earnings, according to Bloomberg.
In total, that's a $5.4 billion loss due to the overheating phone. The Note 7 has also hurt the Samsung brand going forward and robbed Android owners of an otherwise enviable smartphone.
Samsung's post-Note 7 plan
The mobile division is also relying on the strength of the smaller S7 series to maintain its Galaxy line. It'll pay you to swap your Note 7 for an iPhone, but pay you four times as much if you exchange it for a Samsung phone instead.
"Additionally, the company will focus on enhancing product safety for consumers by making significant changes in its quality assurance processes."