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About this product:
  • Galaxy SmartTag is only compatible with Samsung Galaxy phones
  • With the Galaxy Find Network, find what you lost within 130 yards, even when offline.
  • Control various smart products at home with just a tap and the SmartThings app.
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  • Product Dimensions (LxWxD): 1.54" x 1.54" x 0.39"
  • Product Weight: 0.459oz
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Battery Type: Replaceable CR2032

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I have both the normal and the plus (UWB) versions of smarttags. The PLUS (UWB ) version sounds cool on paper only. The AR direction to find the SmartTag Plus is only available when the tag is close in proximity only. Within that distance, you can just make the tag to make a sound to find it. Without UWB, the normal smarttag still tells you if signal is stronger or weaker which is more than enough to locate the tag in most circumstances.
For those don't know, you can find SmartTag as long as SmartTag is close to any Galaxy phones (even strangers' phones) since ALL newer Galaxy phones usually are part of this SmartThings Find network. So stranger's Galaxy phone may help you keep track of your SmartTag.

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There are several things to know about Samsung's SmartTag. For a start, SmartTags connect to SmartThings Find, a service that's already built directly into Samsung Galaxy phones -- SmartThings is Samsung's app and hub for compatible smart home devices. Additionally, not all SmartTags are created equal. There are actually two different models. The standard SmartTag launched earlier this year, while the SmartTag Plus was only recently made available to purchase.
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..there are two different types of SmartTags. The standard SmartTag uses Bluetooth Low Energy as its connection standard. The other version, called SmartTag Plus, uses Bluetooth Low Energy along with ultrawideband connectivity. Not all Samsung phones are equipped with the necessary hardware to connect to UWB devices, which is potentially one reason for Samsung is offering two different tags. Currently, only the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy S21 Plus and S21 Ultra support UWB.
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Using the SmartThings Find app to locate tags that are equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy, you won't be able to see a tag's exact location, but an estimate of how far away or close it is. It's the same kind of tech that's used to stream music from your phone to your wireless earbuds or allow your phone to act as a key with a smart lock.

With ultrawideband, your phone and the tag are able to talk to each other and estimate a more precise location, within a few inches. Using a series of short pulses, a UWB device can communicate measuring how long it takes for one of the pulses to be received and answered by another UWB device. In short, UWB is far more precise than BLE.
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Finding the important things in your life. Bluetooth powered SmartTags attach easily to keys, bags, or even the family pet. If you think your lost item is nearby but can't quite find it, tap the ring button on your mobile and follow the familiar sound of your ringtone calling for you at the volume you set. Your tagged item is out of range? No problem! Even when offline, the Galaxy Find Network can use scanned data to find it for you privately. And it's easy to scroll through a history of where the tag's been to retrace it. You can also use other devices you own to locate your items.

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Good deal thanks!
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For those don't know, you can find SmartTag as long as SmartTag is close to any Galaxy phones (even strangers' phones) since ALL newer Galaxy phones usually are part of this SmartThings Find network. So stranger's Galaxy phone may help you keep track of your SmartTag.

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https://www.cnet.com/how-to/smart...-and-tile/

There are several things to know about Samsung's SmartTag. For a start, SmartTags connect to SmartThings Find, a service that's already built directly into Samsung Galaxy phones -- SmartThings is Samsung's app and hub for compatible smart home devices. Additionally, not all SmartTags are created equal. There are actually two different models. The standard SmartTag launched earlier this year, while the SmartTag Plus was only recently made available to purchase.
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..there are two different types of SmartTags. The standard SmartTag uses Bluetooth Low Energy as its connection standard. The other version, called SmartTag Plus, uses Bluetooth Low Energy along with ultrawideband connectivity. Not all Samsung phones are equipped with the necessary hardware to connect to UWB devices, which is potentially one reason for Samsung is offering two different tags. Currently, only the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy S21 Plus and S21 Ultra support UWB.
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Using the SmartThings Find app to locate tags that are equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy, you won't be able to see a tag's exact location, but an estimate of how far away or close it is. It's the same kind of tech that's used to stream music from your phone to your wireless earbuds or allow your phone to act as a key with a smart lock.

With ultrawideband, your phone and the tag are able to talk to each other and estimate a more precise location, within a few inches. Using a series of short pulses, a UWB device can communicate measuring how long it takes for one of the pulses to be received and answered by another UWB device. In short, UWB is far more precise than BLE.
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Only compatible with Samsung phones
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isnt a new samsung smart tag supposedly coming out later this year

as an apple Airtag competitor ?
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So, with smartplug+ only Samsung flagship phones can help you find your tag?
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I really want a deal on the Tile Stickers.... always lose that damn remote
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I have both the normal and the plus (UWB) versions of smarttags. The PLUS (UWB ) version sounds cool on paper only. The AR direction to find the SmartTag Plus is only available when the tag is close in proximity only. Within that distance, you can just make the tag to make a sound to find it. Without UWB, the normal smarttag still tells you if signal is stronger or weaker which is more than enough to locate the tag in most circumstances.
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So, just the non-plus version is good enough. Also you can use the button to control smart devices (e.g. smart bulb, smart switch). You can program single press and press & hold for two different actions. This really makes it much more useful than Apple tag or tile.
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Quote from deaddjembe :
Only compatible with Samsung phones
no way?
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hmm, tempted to get with the discover 30%...makes it $13 for two. But I have one on my keys already and not sure if I really need more..lol
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I recently got the SmartThings LTE tracker and it works well enough. I signed up for the Verizon $20 a year plus $1 per device plan and tested it out on a jog near a lake in the area. I think that one "refurb" from a4c was around this price too, but it looked to be brand new.
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