As part of the SmartThings application, SmartThings Find can help you quickly find connected Galaxy devices using BLE and UWB technology
Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of a new service SmartThings Find1 piece Can help you find Galaxy devices quickly and easily.2 After 6 million3 Users in South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States have signed a proposal to use the service first, and SmartThings Find is ready to be launched globally on devices running Android 8 or higher. SmartThings Find uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)4 And Ultra Wide Band (UWB)5 Help people find selected Galaxy smartphones, tablets, smart watches and earplugs technology.
Jaeyeon Jung, vice president of Samsung Electronics̵
Find more devices easily
After completing the quick registration process, SmartThings users can easily find their Galaxy devices-from smartphones, tablets, and smart watches, to each individual earbud. Whether you put your Galaxy Note20 Ultra on the sofa, don’t remember where to store your Galaxy Buds Live, or put your Galaxy Watch3 in a safe place where you can’t find it, SmartThings Find service will help you keep more of Galaxy’s easy-to-use SmartThings The application can ensure device safety.
Offline does not mean “off the grid”
With the SmartThings Find service, you can easily find the lost device even if the device is offline.7 This is because SmartThings users can now choose to safely use their Galaxy smartphones or tablets to help others find their lost devices. After the device is offline for 30 minutes, it will generate a BLE signal, which other devices can also receive. If you report a lost device through SmartThings Find, any nearby Galaxy smartphones or tablets trying to help find the misplaced device can alert the Samsung server about its location, which in turn will notify you. All SmartThings Find user data is encrypted and secured to ensure that the location of the device will not be disclosed to anyone other than the owner.
Find your Galaxy faster with more detailed instructions
Easily find the lost device through the integrated map directions, and be able to “ring” the lost device to find it faster. After losing your device, just open SmartThings Find on your smartphone or tablet and select the device you want to find. Then, your smartphone will show you the exact location of the device on the map. After getting close to the device, you can choose to make the device “ring” or use the AR-based “Search Nearby” function to find the device.6 When you get closer to the device, it will display color graphics and the intensity will increase.
Starting today, new software updates for the SmartThings application will be released for Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android 8 or higher around the world.1 piece After that, users can access the SmartThings Find service by tapping the banner at the bottom of the SmartThings application’s main screen. In addition, starting at the beginning of next year, Samsung will further extend these functions to tracking tags, which will help users find their favorite items, not only for Galaxy devices, but also for other devices.
“We are very pleased to work closely with leading companies in the field of project finding to expand this experience and enable you to find more items that you care about most,” Jaeyeon Jung said, “We look forward to sharing more information with you soon .”
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1 pieceAvailability may vary by market and operator.
2Available on Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android 8 or higher, Galaxy Watch devices running Tizen 5.5 or higher, and Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Buds Live.
3As of October 28, 2020, the number of registered users has exceeded 6 million, which is the result of a two-month early access program implemented by South Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States
4The BLE search function can be used on Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android 8 or higher; Galaxy Watch devices running Tizen 5.5 or higher; and Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Buds Live.
5Galaxy Note20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Fold2 provide UWB function.
6Only available on devices that support UWB.
7When the device is disconnected from the mobile network, or disconnected from the Galaxy wearable device, the device is “offline”.