A few days ago we saw the look of the Samsung SmartTag being revealed alongside the Galaxy Buds Pro, which was found on Facebook. Now we have new images of renderings of the accessory that will certainly be a major competitor of Apple’s AirTags that can be made official in 2021.
According to the source, the Samsung tracker uses the low-power Bluetooth LE connection to work. The battery is a replaceable “coin” type that many common watches use and should last up to 280 days. Their total weight is 13 grams and they have 4x4cm with 1cm of thickness with IP53 certification.
The tags are also equipped with an audible alert that can be activated from the phone to facilitate the search for an object attached to them.
On the other hand, they also have a button, which can be used to make your cell phone ring if you lose it.
It is also mentioned that SmartTags will have a system that allows you to find them even if they are out of Bluetooth range of your phone through a private ID system via end-to-end encryption by SmartThings Find, which will use other Samsung phones with Android 8 or higher next to your SmartTag to know where yours is.
According to the source, it is said that they will be sold in packages with 2 and 4 units in the colors Black, Oats, Denim Blue, and Mint for an initial price of US $ 17 and should be announced tomorrow during CES 2021
Galaxy Buds Pro live: Samsung phones and SmartTag are spotted on Facebook
Several leaks have already indicated that Samsung should actually launch the new Galaxy Buds Pro, an evolution of the Galaxy Buds Plus. Today we have the opportunity to see them live, in real images after they were caught on sale on Facebook, as well as Samsung Smart Tags, which were also seen in a certification.
The Galaxy Buds Pro images were revealed by leaker @sondesix on Twitter and were found on Facebook, where the headphones were for sale. In them, we can see the headphones from all angles and the contents of their packaging, which reveals some of the specifications such as active noise cancellation and AKG certified sound.
The headphones were selling for $ 180 or about $ 928.10 in direct conversion. It is indicated that the battery of the headphones lasts for 5 hours, with an additional 18 hours by charging the case. In addition, it is said that the headphones have a degree of liquid resistance IPX7.
The Galaxy SmartTag photos you are seeing above were provided by 91Mobiles, which found them in the South Korean NCC certification.
The image shows us that they must have a proportion of 4x4cm with a thickness of approximately 1cm. The model found is the EI-T5300, but unfortunately, the certification does not give us more information about the accessory, which can be announced with the Galaxy Buds Pro and the new Galaxy S21 series on January 14th.