OPPO Smart Tag with UWB support leaks before launch


OPPO Smart Tags seem to be a fever that will become increasingly popular and proof of this is the recent leak of a device of this line manufactured by OPPO.

After the success achieved by Apple and Samsung with their own “traceable key chains”, which are more advanced and accurate with each new generation, the mobile market is ready to expand in this area.

Through images released by Digital Chat Station, they give us a beautiful idea of ​​the new Smart Tag from OPPO, which should be officially announced soon.

As you can see, the device looks a lot like Apple’s AirTags, but it has some very interesting differences, such as the USB Type C input, indicating that the device will be rechargeable, unlike the Apple version, which has a battery disposable.

From the images, we can also see that the OPPO Smart Tag will include support for ultra-wideband (UWB), unlike the base version of the Galaxy SmartTag. As a result, it must provide a more accurate location than the Bluetooth version of the Galaxy Smart Tags.

For now, this is the only information we have about the device, but now that it has leaked, it is very likely that OPPO will anticipate the official announcement, with the disclosure of all technical specifications, release date, and price.

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Do you think it is feasible to invest in a Smart Tag?

Source: xda-developers

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