Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag 2 details have surfaced. With speculations suggesting an October launch date, the device recently passed through regulatory bodies such as the Bluetooth SIG, the FCC, and Thailand’s NBTC.

The exact launch date is not yet known, but UK retailer MobileFun has indicated it will arrive soon. The official-looking renders released by the UK retailer show the Smart Tag 2 in black and white. The part numbers for these color variants are EI-T5600BBEGEU and EI-T5600BWEGEU. The images confirm earlier leaks that the device has been completely redesigned from its predecessor.

According to rumors, the South Korean tech giant has added ultra-wideband (UWB) support to the Smart Tag 2 by default. Using this technology, Android Find My Device can be integrated seamlessly, providing a more comprehensive user experience. Unlike its predecessor, the Galaxy SmartTag 2 is expected to have both Bluetooth and UWB connectivity, eliminating the need for split variants.

For individual Smart Tag 2 units, MobileFun lists a pre-order price of £42.99 (Rs.4,500/-). Samsung’s official pricing strategy, which varies by region, may not apply to all regions. The Smart Tag 2 is a revolutionary device that offers a level of personal item tracking never been seen before. With its improved features and form factor, it can be used in a variety of ways to track and monitor valuable items. It is sure to be a hit with consumers and third-party accessory makers alike.

Leaked information indicates an October launch, which may coincide with other Samsung releases, including the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series and the Galaxy S23 FE.