It was revealed late last year that Samsung has been working on a Tile-like object tracker. A few weeks ago, the Galaxy SmartTag’s design, features, color variants, and pricing-related information was leaked. A new report now states that the company is working on a higher-end version of the Galaxy SmartTag.
According to a report from 91Mobiles, Samsung will launch two new object trackers: Galaxy SmartTag (EI-T5300) and Galaxy SmartTag+ (EI-T7300). While it is still unclear what additional features the Galaxy SmartTag+ would offer over the Galaxy SmartTag, both object trackers can connect to Galaxy smartphones and stick to objects that you want to track. They also feature Bluetooth 5.1, end-to-end encryption, and ‘Privacy ID’ for enhanced security. Both trackers are rumored to come in four color variants: Black, Denim Blue, Mint, and Oatmeal.
The Galaxy SmartTag and the Galaxy SmartTag+ are expected to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S21 series on January 14. Their pricing is rumored to start from €15, and the Galaxy SmartTag will be offered for free with the Galaxy S21 pre-orders in most markets. These object trackers will be compatible with the SmartThings Find service.