Samsung has made an official announcement regarding the Galaxy SmartTag 2, marking another milestone in their suite of innovative products. This unveiling comes hot on the heels of their recent announcements including the Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Tab S9 FE, and Galaxy Buds FE. In terms of design, the Galaxy SmartTag 2 departs from its predecessor, adopting a sleek rectangular shape with rounded top and bottom edges, along with an enlarged keychain attachment hole.
Significant enhancements have been incorporated into the Galaxy SmartTag 2. Notably, its battery life has been extended to an impressive 700 days, a remarkable 50% increase from the previous version. Moreover, the tracking range has been expanded to cover a distance of up to 120 meters, doubling the reach of its predecessor.
Among the novel features introduced by Samsung is the “Lost Mode.” This innovative functionality allows users to insert their contact details as an emergency message via the SmartThings app. In the unfortunate event that an item equipped with a Galaxy SmartTag 2 is declared lost, an emergency message containing the owner’s contact information will appear on the smartphones of individuals in the vicinity. This message is seamlessly delivered through a browser, leveraging the NFC capabilities of the Galaxy SmartTag 2.
Samsung has scheduled the global release of the Galaxy SmartTag 2 for October 11, 2023, with a price tag of $29.99 USD. It will be available in two stylish color options: classic black and pristine white. With this latest addition to their product lineup, Samsung aims to provide not only enhanced performance but also added convenience for users who wish to keep a watchful eye on their valuable possessions.