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Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+

Find Lost Things, to Be Available by Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ has been launched with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to help its users find lost things with greater accuracy. The Galaxy SmartTag+ is a souped-up version of the Galaxy SmartTag that was launched earlier this year at the Galaxy Unpacked 2021 virtual event. At that time, the South Korean company did not delve out much information about the Plus variant, and even its availability was not known. Samsung says that the new tracker uses augmented reality (AR) technology to visually guide the user towards a missing item.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ price, availability

At the launch event in January, Samsung announced that the Galaxy SmartTag+ price has been set at $39.99 (roughly Rs. 3,000) for a single unit or $64.99 (roughly Rs. 4,800) for a two-unit pack. As per a blog post by Samsung published on April 8, the Galaxy SmartTag+ is announced to be progressively available from April 16, with US availability in the coming weeks. Details about the India pricing and availability are yet to be revealed.

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Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ specifications

As compared to Samsung Galaxy SmartTag, based on Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 (BLE) technology, the Galaxy SmartTag+ is equipped with both BLE and UWB technology that allows it to pinpoint the location of the missing item with greater accuracy. The tag can be attached to items such as a backpack or keychain. As per Samsung, the Galaxy SmartTag+ has a Bluetooth range of up to 120 metre without obstruction.