During the Unpacked 2023 event in Seoul, South Korea, Samsung launched numerous devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, Galaxy Tab S9 series, and Galaxy Watch 6 series. Samsung was also expected to launch a new tracking device called the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag 2 along with these devices.

Previously, the Galaxy SmartTag 2 was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website, indicating that it would launch at Unpacked 2023. Just a few days after the event, the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag 2 was spotted on the FCC’s certification website. In the latest listing, we are provided with live images of the product as well as a few additional details.

On the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website, the EIT5600 model number has been spotted for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SmartTag 2. The site has also confirmed the moniker for the same. In the gallery below, you can see live images of the upcoming Samsung tracker.

In the first image, you can see what appears to be an accessory (holder) for the SmartTag 2 (similar to the Apple key chain). It appears that this will act as a holder for the ring, but no confirmation has yet been received.

The rest of the images also reveal the model number of the SmartTag 2, as well as the fact that it is compatible with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and UWB (Ultra-wide Band).

In addition to a 3.0 V power supply, the device will be equipped with an FPCB antenna and a single channel. According to the documents, Tag 2 will support both BLE and UBW frequencies.  According to the SIG listing, the device will support Bluetooth 5.3.