This product could be a lifesaver for many of us, especially, for those who have a short memory! All of us have lost our things like our keys, bags, and even pets at some point in our lives. Fret not, the Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag and the Smart Tag Plus are here to solve this problem!
The Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag and the Smart Tag Plus are Bluetooth tracking devices that help users locate their things. The tracker runs on Bluetooth Low Energy v5.0 technology. This technology helps it locate the user’s lost object within a range of 120 meters.
The Smart Tag is very simple to use. Users clip the device to keys, the strap of a bag, a pet’s leash, or anything that needs to be tracked. When the user needs to find the device, he can locate the device through his smartphone.
The tracker can be used with the Galaxy Find Network too. Not only does the tracker clip easily onto things, but it also has an in-built speaker that emits a sound when you are trying to locate it. The user just has to follow the sound of the tracker to trace its location.
And the device can control a lot of devices too! This means users can turn on/off lights, TV, and other appliances.
A pack of two Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag costs $49.99, and a single device will cost $29.99. A pack of four will, however, set you back for $84.99.
The Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag will be available in the UK and USA from 29th January. The Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag Plus will be available later in the year, although no date has been announced.
The Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag seems interesting. But, to be honest, this is not the first Bluetooth tracker in the market. Tile has already released multiple tracking devices that are quite popular. So if you are looking for a Bluetooth tracking device, compare the two for finding one that suits you the best.
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