Galaxy SmartTag+ has replaced Bluetooth with UWB technology.
In addition to the fast-paced Galaxy S21 mobile phone, Samsung launched its long-rumored device search gadget in January this year. All you have to do is to attach the Galaxy SmartTag to the object you want to lose to prevent it from being lost, and then you can use your smartphone to identify the location of the object. In addition, through online services, Galaxy phone owners can also help each other find lost items outdoors.
In order to fulfill its promise, the company is now announcing the launch of a more advanced version of the device, Galaxy SmartTag +, which will be launched on the market in mid-April. It differs from similar products on the market only in that it uses UWB technology instead of UWB technology. Bluetooth. This can achieve more precise positioning, and the mark on the image of the rear camera of the mobile phone can also help people looking for the object.
In exchange, SmartTag + of course needs a smartphone that supports UWB, currently it can only be said to be Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S21 Plus, Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold 2 models.
Presumably, more advanced search gadgets will be more expensive than similar gadgets already available, and will be sold in the United States at a premium of $40 (net 12,000 HUF) at a premium of $10. At the time of writing, the Euro or HUF price of the Galaxy SmartTag+ is unclear.
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