Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 – At the Galaxy Unpacked event in January 2021, the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag was launched. The Galaxy SmartTag2, the successor to the original, will now be available globally and on sale starting October 11. Battery life is said to be up to 700 days, which is nearly twice as long as the previous Galaxy SmartTag versions. It has a ring-shaped design and is rated IP67 for water and sun resistance. With Bluetooth communication, the 120-meter range of the Galaxy SmartTag2 is functional.
More than two years after introducing the original Galaxy SmartTag, Samsung announced the Galaxy SmartTag2 on Thursday. On October 11, the new ring-shaped gadget will be made available worldwide. In comparison to its predecessor, it says it offers new tracking functions. The smart tag gadget can be used to monitor priceless things as well as to keep tabs on your pets.
With the use of a text message, users can now enter their contact information using the new Lost Mode feature. Anyone can scan a Galaxy SmartTag2 to get the owner’s details after locating a lost tag, object, or lost pet. Any mobile device with a web browser and an NFC reader can use the feature.
The Compass View function has also received some tweaks from the business, making it simpler to follow directions with the use of allows. Any Galaxy smartphone that supports UWB can access the feature. Users may now create a shortcut to the SmartThings Find app on their smartphone thanks to upgrades made by Samsung. It offers a full-screen map view in addition to an improved user interface.
The Galaxy SmartTag2’s battery lasts for 500 days in regular mode and 700 days in power-saving mode, respectively. This is twice as long as the battery life of earlier Galaxy SmartTag versions. It has an IP67 rating for resistance to dust and water.