Galaxy SmartTag Plus tracker is available for initial order
Galaxy SmartTag Plus tracker is available for initial order

This high quality Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Plus tracker features ultra-fast UWB technology. Compared with bluetooth, it can achieve more accurate stabilization tracking. It can now be first ordered from B&H for $ 40 before the April 12th release date. .

Samsung announced that it will follow the Galaxy SmartTag product line at the Unpacked event in January, with Samsung saying it plans to launch the Galaxy SmartTag Plus later this year.

B&H has a black model device that can be used for first order and is expected to be available on April 12th. However, since Samsung has not yet informed this date, B&H can change this scheduled date (if the date is not provided). To be more precise.

UWB is a short range wireless communication protocol that uses a higher frequency than Bluetooth, which allows for more accurate object position estimation.

The new tracker introduces an augmented reality map via the SmartThings app that helps you find lost objects.

Tracking of the prospective product is also reflected in the newly announced FCC profile. This may indicate that the product may be sold in the near future. However, this is not a guarantee.

It should be noted that Samsung is not the only company interested in UWB technology as there have long been rumors that Apple is developing a tool for tracking objects equipped with UWB technology. The tool is called AirTags.

Analyst (Ming-Chi Kuo) said in January that Apple plans to launch the tool this year, saying that Tile is also developing an object tracker using UWB technology.

Apple has also developed its own U1 chip which enables UWB technology to the iPhone 11 series, iPhone 12 and even the Apple Watch 6 series. However, this technology has not been widely used yet, it only improves the accuracy of AirDrop.

The U1 chip will also allow BMW iX owners to unlock the car wirelessly when the product launches in Europe later this year.

Previous Post Next Post