Samsung Galaxy SmartTag: you'll never lose your keys ever again

Samsung's new SmartTag attaches to your keys, your bag, or even your pet -- and give you the live location at your fingertips.

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Samsung has just introduced the latest member of its Galaxy family of products, with the introduction of the new Galaxy SmartTag. Check it out:

The introduction of the new Galaxy SmartTag has been in the planning for a while, as it is controlled by the new SmartThings Find service that Samsung launched recently. Samsung's new Galaxy SmartTag uses Bluetooth Low Energy technology, and has a button that lets you start a pre-defined smart home routine -- turning on a light, or your air conditioning for example.

Samsung's new Galaxy SmartTag works just like a Tile tracker, pairing with your smartphone through the Samaung SmartThings app. You can search for the Galaxy SmartTag, and when you get close to whatever the tag is attached to -- a bag, keys, or even something like a Nintendo Switch -- you can tap your phone and the tag will make a noise so you can easily find it.

Samsung has made its new Galaxy SmartTag exclusive to its Samsung Galaxy devices, so if you're a Pixel owner, an iPhone user, or anyone else without a Samsung Galaxy smartphone, then you're out.

Samsung's new Galaxy SmartTag costs $30 and launches January 29, 2021.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag: you'll never lose your keys ever again 01
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