Samsung has introduced a software named Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ that would help users find lost things. This has a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and ultra-wideband (UWB) technology that helps users find things with great precision. Samsung launched this SmartTag+ earlier this year at a Galaxy Unpacked 2021. The version of Galaxy SmartTag is an amped version. According to Samsung, the new tracker is using AR technologies to visually direct the user to a missing object.
The Galaxy SmartTag+ is equipped with both the BLE and UWB technologies to reliably identify the missing component in comparison to the Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 (BLE) technology of the Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag. The tag may be appended to things like a wallet or a keychain. The Galaxy SmartTag+ has a Bluetooth range of up to 120 meters without any interference.
Galaxy SmartTag is compliant with a smartphone, 2-GB, or higher Samsung Galaxy Android 8.0, and opts for Smart Things Find App Service tracking locations. In addition, the device utilizes AR technology that leads the user visually towards the missing object with the camera of the smartphone. The SmartThings-Find service feature offered in the SmartThings app allows this to be accomplished.
This function tells the users how remote they are and points them in their direction from their Galaxy SmartTag. In addition, it can emit a noisy ring that identifies your position if you are sufficiently close to the position of the tag, and can’t locate it yet. In cases when the keyring slides behind the couch, this is very useful.
In addition, the Galaxy SmartTag+ can conveniently power intelligent devices as a member of Samsung’s intelligent product lineup. Let’s say you forgot to turn off the smart Air Conditioning while leaving the house, you can just use the app to turn it off immediately rather than rushing back home and doing it manually. Furthermore, as you click or hold down the tag button, Samsung SmartThings software helps users to choose various features.