New clues about Samsung Galaxy smart card was made public this Thursday (24th). The Bluetooth tracker image appears inside Samsung, giving proof of the device’s design to be introduced early next year. Add-ons are also displayed on the Anatel system.
Details of the device have been revealed to Ishan Agarwal 91Mobiles. According to the dedicated website, Samsung tracker GIFs and images have been found in the internal files of Samsung SmartThings app for Android.
The images are close to the images that have been shown previously. As is the certification issued in Korea, the Galaxy Smart Card has a square body with rounded ends. Extensions still appear in black.
In the center, there is a ring with a green border, which can become a button to find a mobile phone connected to the device. There is also another circle, possibly a hole for hanging the tracking device on other objects.
Other possible features of the device have been revealed before. The device is expected to have Bluetooth connectivity, in addition to ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB), and is compatible with SmartThings Find, a technology that finds a lost Samsung Galaxy device without relying on the internet.
This device tends to be powered by a CR2032, coin-sized, 3-volt battery that is interchangeable. Also according to Agarwal on December 12, the device will cost 15 euros (about R $ 95 on direct conversion) and will be available in white and black.
The Galaxy smart card passes through Anatel
Apparently, the Galaxy Smart Card is in the process of being approved in Brazil. A mention of the tracker was found by Tecnoblog This Thursday (24) in Anatel certification system. However, this device has not yet been approved by the Brazilian authority.
Trace of the tracker was found on the platform, returning a reference to the “EI-T5300” model in device search. As the Indonesian telecommunications regulator’s list of devices pointed out, the code mentions “Galaxy Smart Cards”, developed by Samsung.
Samsung’s Bluetooth tracker is expected to be announced in January alongside the Samsung Galaxy S21. “We’ll make it easy for you to quickly find what’s most important, from your keys, your wallet, even your pets,” said TM Roh, president of mobile devices. last week.
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