Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 With New Design, Lost Mode Launched In India: Price, Specifications

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 is the succeeds Galaxy SmartTag, which made its debut in 2021 and Galaxy SmartTag+ in April the same year, respectively.

  • Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 is the successor of Galaxy SmartTag and Galaxy SmartTag+.
  • The Galaxy SmartTag2 is priced at Rs 2,799 in India.
  • It is said to come with an improved battery life, a new Lost Mode, and more.

The Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 has been officially announced in India. SmartTag2 can be bought via e-commerce sites as well as the company’s online and exclusive stores across India. To recall, the Samsung SmartTag2 was unveiled globally earlier this month, a day after the launch of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE series tablets and Galaxy Buds FE in India.

The Galaxy SmartTag2 succeeds the Galaxy SmartTag, which made its debut in 2021, and the Galaxy SmartTag+ in April of the same year, respectively. The device is said to come with an improved battery life and Compass View feature, a power-saving mode, a new Lost Mode, and more. Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 price and availability in India as well as its specifications and features.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2: Price In India, Availability

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 is priced at Rs 2,799 in India. It can be bought in two colour options – Black and White.

The Galaxy SmartTag2 can be purchased via the e-commerce site Amazon in addition to the Samsung Online Store, which is the company’s own online shop. Offline, the Galaxy SmartTag2 will be available at Samsung Exclusive stores across the country.

For those unaware, Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 is priced at $29.99 in the global market, which is around Rs 2,500 on conversion.

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2: Specifications, Features

Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag2 comes with new features that improve the tracking experience. In terms of design, the SmartTag2 sports a more compact elliptical form factor and has a larger ring loop.

New Lost Mode, Compass View features

The new Lost Mode on the Galaxy SmartTag2 makes it easy for anyone who discovers it to find the contact information of the owner. Users can input their contact information via a message and the person who finds it can easily scan the tag using their smartphone to see information such as the owner’s contact and their message. The feature works with smartphones with a NFC reader and web browser.

“This means a Galaxy SmartTag2 attached to a pet’s collar is now a convenient way to ensure the pet owner’s phone number is always there, in most places where the pet might wander,” Samsung said in a press release.

Coming to the Compass View feature, Samsung says it has been improved to enhance the user experience. It now shows arrows in the direction and distance of the GalaxyTag2 in relation to the user. However, do keep in mind that the mode can only be used on a UWB-supported Galaxy smartphone.

New features for SmartThings Find app

The SmartThings Find app now includes newly registered Galaxy SmartTags that install a shortcut to the app on the user’s smartphone. A full-screen map view is also available on the app as well. There’s also a new pet walking mode.

Battery Life Improved, Now Said To Last 700 Days

The battery on the Galaxy SmartTag2 lasts longer thanks to the new Power Saving Mode. Compared to the previous Galaxy SmartTag models, the battery on Galaxy SmartTag2 is said to last 700 days with Power Saving Mode. With the Normal Mode, the battery is said to last 500 days, which is an increase of 50 percent.

Improved Design, Privacy Features

Samsung Galaxy SmartTag2 comes with a large metal loop design for greater resilience. It can support accessories such as clips and keyrings. It supports an IP675 rating for water and dust resistance.

Further, the Galaxy SmartTag2 supports features like Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), UWB, and Augmented Reality (AR). Given the Galaxy SmartTag2 works within a maximum Bluetooth range of 120 meters, it can also be used to control home appliances using the SmartThings app. 

Security features include location sharing only with the user’s permission, and data encryption in SmartThings app, which is supported by Samsung Knox. The owner’s information and message are immediately hidden when Lost Mode is disabled.