Samsung to launch next-gen Galaxy SmartTag soon: Report


Samsung will reportedly launch its next-generation Galaxy SmartTag later this year. The tech giant’s first object tracker, the Galaxy SmartTag, was slated to release in 2021, reports SamMobile. The company hasn’t released an updated version of the device in the two years since it was first introduced. However, now Samsung may launch the second generation Galaxy SmartTag lineup in the third quarter of this year.

The upcoming object tracker is expected to come with better wireless range, beeper volume and advanced security measures to prevent unauthorized tracking. The tech giant will likely unveil its new Galaxy SmartTags alongside its next-generation wearable devices – the Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Watch 6.

The report states that during the same event, the company may unveil its next generation of foldable smartphones – Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5. The tech giant launched the existing Galaxy SmartTag in 2021 for $29.99, which attaches to valuables like keys, bags or pet collars and makes those items trackable via mobile apps.

Industry sources on Thursday said that Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A54 5G smartphones on March 15 and the India launch will also happen next week. Both the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 will add to Samsung’s portfolio of 5G-ready smartphones and help the company maintain its leadership in 5G in India.

The Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A54 5G are likely to be priced between Rs 30,000 and Rs 40,000. The Galaxy A34 5G and Galaxy A54 5G will replace last year’s Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A33 models.

Sources said that both these smartphones are likely to be priced slightly higher than last year’s devices, and the increase “could be due to higher memory variants”. Galaxy A34 5G will be equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 1080 chipset with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.



Inputs from IANS

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