The Galaxy Smart Tags, the manufacturer’s first Bluetooth trackers, could accompany the Galaxy S21 on January 14, 2021. Like Apple’s AirTags, these connected accessories will allow you to find your lost items thanks to the continuous transmission of a signal Bluetooth.
If you are a Samsung fan, you are probably looking forward to January 14, 2021, the date of the official Galaxy S21 presentation. The South Korean brand confirmed the news Monday, January 4, 2021 in the morning. There are therefore only ten days left before knowing all the details on this new generation of Galaxy S.
During this online conference, the manufacturer should also lift the veil on the Galaxy Buds Pro, its new wireless headphones. According to rumors, the Buds Pro should have a battery life of 28 days, and would be IPX7 certified. In other words, they will be able to withstand a 30-minute immersion, at a maximum depth of one meter.
Only and according to our colleagues from the Android Central site, Samsung could present another product on January 14: Galaxy Smart Tags. Like Apple’s AirTags, these small Bluetooth trackers would allow find lost items, by transmitting a continuous Bluetooth signal.
Our colleagues from the 91Mobile site have just published stolen photos of the Galaxy Smart Tags, the opportunity to discover the design of the first trackers of the Seoul firm. Nothing crazy on that side, the Galaxy Smart Tags look like a lambda tracker. There is a notch to slide the accessory on a keychain or hang it on the strap of a backpack.
According to 91Mobiles, the Galaxy Smart Tags are compatible with the SmartThings platform, an application that allows you to connect and control all of your Samsung devices. They would be offered in two colors: black and oatmeal. Finally, their price would be set at 1300 rupees, or € 14.5 after conversion. Anyway, we will have to wait until January 14, 2021, date of presentation of the Galaxy S21, to be sure.
As a reminder, the Galaxy S21 could display 35% more autonomy than the Galaxy S20. The integration of an Exynos 2100 processor would allow this gain in autonomy. It is in all that affirms a famous leaker on Twitter this Monday, January 4, 2021.