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Samsung Galaxy Note 7, the company’s new flagship tablet, is the latest tablet to come under fire for its alleged battery problems, and it’s not the only one.

The problem with Samsung’s tablets is they’re all sold by the billions.

Samsung sells thousands of them, and if you’re going to sell billions of them you should be able to make sure the ones you buy are well-designed, well-built, well made, and you should have a ton of money.

The company has a few options for that.

Samsung could make the Galaxy Tab a fully unlocked tablet, and then have the company provide the devices with an in-house replacement warranty.

It could just put the Note 7 on the market for free, and charge a hefty premium to make the device work as a tablet.

Or, the manufacturer could just slap a new price tag on the Note 8, the next iteration of the Note line, and allow the company to sell those devices without having to worry about a replacement warranty in the first place.

The best tablets in the world can cost thousands of dollars, but they can also be sold for under $100, making them a pretty good deal.

The question is whether Samsung will be able afford to make a big dent in the tablet market, let alone make a dent in how much people spend on their devices.

Samsung’s tablet strategy is not a secret.

Samsung CEO Lee Kun-hee, in his keynote speech at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last year, talked about how the company was aiming to make tablets that people would use everyday.

So, for example, Samsung’s Note 7 was designed to be used on a daily basis.

If you want a tablet that’s always ready to go, that’s the one to buy.

If Samsung wants to sell more of its Galaxy Note line as tablets, it needs to be smart about its pricing strategy.

There’s a lot of money at stake in getting customers to buy its Note 8.

The Note 7 costs $700 for the 32GB model and $850 for the 64GB model, for a total of $10,000 for the device.

If Samsung wants its Note devices to be popular, the price of a Note 8 will need to be low enough to lure consumers into buying it.

It’s not like Samsung is going to have the luxury of a full-on redesign of the device every time the Note series goes on sale, but it should be doing its best to make it a less expensive product than the Galaxy Note series.