The Samsung Smart Meter is a device that is supposed to monitor your activity.
It was launched a few years ago and was supposed to track your phone activity and allow Samsung to collect data on your habits.
That is, when you were on the go and using your phone, Samsung would collect data.
Unfortunately, it only collects information on a single device.
Samsung said that it would only collect data for phones running on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices, and that it is also collecting data for any other phone on the network.
This has left many Samsung users unhappy.
The meter is basically an Android app that can be installed on your phone.
The app then scans your activity, including the location of your phone and the time and date of your activity and it sends the information back to Samsung.
If you are a Samsung user, the meter will automatically install and activate on your Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge device.
The meter can also scan your phone for viruses and spyware and sends that information back as well.
However, the information it sends is encrypted, and you can’t view the data.
There is a bug that could have allowed Samsung to scan your data without your consent, which is why the company is now taking measures to prevent that from happening.
Samsung told the Verge that it plans to fix the bug in the next version of the meter, and it will be available to download from the Google Play Store soon.
Samsung told the publication that it was not the first company to use a spyware app that could scan your devices for spying.
Apple recently used an app called FindMyiPhone to collect the location and contacts of iPhone users.
Samsung’s latest meter is much more aggressive and it uses your location and the activity of your entire phone to collect your data.
This is the most important point of this whole thing.
Samsung is saying that it collects data to help it analyze its customers.
However it’s not just a device, it is a collection of data.
This means that Samsung will be able to identify who you are and how you interact with your devices.
The data collected could be used to build profiles on you and even to identify you for advertising purposes.
There is no telling if Samsung will use your data in this manner or not.
The Samsung app itself collects data on all your devices and could potentially be used for targeting you based on what you are doing on a particular device.
If it was to use your information in this way, Samsung could be able track you to make advertising more effective.
Samsung’s response to the issue came at a very important time for Samsung, as the company has been struggling with declining revenue and revenue growth.
The company’s operating profit fell by 15% in the first quarter of 2018 and is expected to fall further in the third quarter of the year.
There are a number of issues with the company’s financial results.
The device that Samsung is using to collect its data is the Galaxy Note 7, which was released a few months ago.
Samsung was already aware of this bug before the release of the Note 7 and the company admitted that it had been collecting information on its users since at least January.
However Samsung has not addressed the issue in its newest version of SRT, which will be released next month.
If Samsung does not address this issue soon, it may cause customers to leave Samsung in droves.