Samsung introduces Galaxy SmartTag 2 in India

earlier this month, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. introduces Galaxy SmartTag2Which was launched globally on October 11. The South Korean electronics giant has now officially announced the smart device.

Samsung introduces Galaxy SmartTag 2

The Galaxy SmartTag2, the successor to the Galaxy SmartTag and Galaxy SmartTag+, comes with performance upgrades, design overhaul, longer battery life, and more.

“We are constantly looking at ways to make people’s lives more convenient through Samsung Galaxy’s industry-leading innovations,” Jeon Jung, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics’ Device Platform Center and head of SmartThings, said during the launch earlier this month. are doing.”

“With Galaxy SmartTag2, we want to ensure that Samsung Galaxy users can find their belongings in an easy and intuitive way. With an improved search experience and longer battery life, Galaxy SmartTag2 will provide users peace of mind for longer periods and in more situations.”

let’s take a look Key Features of Galaxy SmartTag 2,

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2

The Galaxy SmartTag2, like Apple’s AirTag, is a tracking device that can be used to keep an eye on your valuables or even your pets. To use any of the new Galaxy SmartTag2, users will need to register their device through the SmartThings Find app.

sleek design: The Galaxy SmartTag2 features a new ring-shaped and compact design, with a durable and large metal ring inside for greater flexibility to support accessories such as clips and keyrings. These accessories can also be attached to bags and luggage. It measures 28.8 x 52.44 x 8.0 mm and weighs just 13.75 grams.

Compass View: The Galaxy SmartTag2 now offers an improved Compass View feature, which provides an easier visual tracker for directions by providing arrows to show the direction and distance of the Galaxy SmartTag2 in relation to the user. This mode is available on any Ultra Wide Band (UWB) compatible Galaxy smartphone, like the Galaxy S23 Ultra.

lost Mode: The Galaxy SmartTag2’s all-new ‘Lost Mode’ feature uses the device’s NFC display to register a consumer’s contact information via a message. With this feature, anyone who finds a Samsung “SmartTag2” device attached to a lost tag, item or pet can use their smartphone to scan the tag and access the owner’s messages and contact information. Is. Lost Mode works with any mobile device with a web browser and an NFC reader.

power saving mode: with brand new power saving mode On Galaxy SmartTag 2, smart device Battery can now lasts for 700 days, more than double the duration of the previous Galaxy SmartTag model. till in normal modelonger battery life extends up to 500 daysWhich is an increase of 50% compared to previous models.

other features: Samsung’s SmartThings Find app has also been enhanced to include an improved user interface (UI) and full-screen map view. Users can now add a shortcut to the app on their smartphones.

Additionally, the Galaxy SmartTag2 works within a maximum Bluetooth range of 120 meters and can control smart home devices through the SmartThings app. Contains Bluetooth 5.3 and UWB support For more wide range and accurate location tracking. It also comes with an IP67 rating for dust and splash resistance.

Additionally, users can now track SmartTags using Augmented Reality (AR) Find technology on their Samsung Galaxy smartphones and re-sync their tags with the new Galaxy phone. They can also check whether unauthorized smarttags are tracking them or not.

Price and Availability:

The Galaxy SmartTag 2 is available in two color variants: black and white. Now you can buy smart devices in India for Rs. ₹2,799 ($29.99) from Amazon, Samsung’s online store, and Samsung’s exclusive stores.

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