Samsung also said the two models will also differ in size and that it plans to sell the product in multiple packs or different technology-based combos as the UWB becomes more widely available. The company hasn’t shared many other details about the Galaxy Smart Tag, but it’s a pretty straightforward device. Chances are there will be an app or integration with Samsung’s One UI to help you keep track of your business. Based on the pictures we saw, the accessory also looks bigger than the Tile trackers.
That’s really all we know so far, and we’ll probably have to wait for Samsung to release more information maybe later this year to find out more. For now, he’ll be curious to see what benefits there are in getting a Galaxy Smart Tag on a tile or the plethora of other Bluetooth trackers already available.
Update (at 12:30 p.m. ET): Samsung shared a bit more information during its Unpacked keynote address today, including that the Galaxy Smart Tags use button cells that will last for months. You will be able to track your pets or your keys with the SmartThings Find software.