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Samsung launches SmartThings Find

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Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of SmartThings Find, a new service that helps you to quickly and easily locate Galaxy devices.  After six million users across Korea, the U.K. and U.S. signed up for early access to the service, SmartThings Find is ready for a global launch on devices running Android 8 or later.  SmartThings Find uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)4 and ultra-wideband (UWB)5 technologies to help people find select Galaxy smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and earbuds.

Jaeyeon Jung, Vice-President and Head of SmartThings Team, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics, said: “SmartThings Find is a simple and visual solution that will help you easily locate your favourite devices.

Whether you dropped your Galaxy Note20 Ultra behind the sofa, can’t remember where you stashed your Galaxy Buds Live, or left your Galaxy Watch3 somewhere so secure you can’t find it, the SmartThings Find service will help you keep more of your Galaxy devices safe through the easy-to-use SmartThings app.

Locating the missing device is a breeze with integrated map directions and the ability to “ring” a lost device to find it more quickly. When you lose a device, you can simply open SmartThings Find on your smartphone or tablet and select the device you want to locate. Your smartphone will then show you the exact location of your device on a map. Once you’re close to your device, you can choose to either have your device “ring” or locate it using the AR-based Search Nearby function,6 which displays colour graphics that increase in intensity when you are getting closer to your device.

Starting on Friday, a new software update for the SmartThings app will be released for Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android 8 or later around the world.1 After that, users can access the SmartThings Find service by tapping the banner at the bottom of the home screen in the SmartThings app. In addition, from early next year, Samsung will further expand these capabilities to tracking tags, which will help users locate their favourite items, not only for Galaxy devices but also others as well.

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