Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Battery Quality. We don’t know what the actual life of the SmartTag battery is because we didn’t find it on Samsung’s official site. Other sites say the battery life is between 100-280 days. Battery levels can be checked via the SmartThings app. However, we feel it is not very helpful because it displays Sufficient when the battery is in the range of 100% – 16%, Low (15% – 6%) and Very Low (5% – 0%). We don’t know what the actual battery level of the SmartTag is after three weeks of use. When finished, the process of replacing the CR2032 battery is not burdensome because it is sold at a price as low as RM2 per grain.
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As a forgetful human being, the SmartTag is a device that is now becoming necessary in daily life. During the three weeks it was used, no more problems were forgotten where car keys and smartphones were placed. The main problem is that it only supports Samsung smartphones at the moment. Without it SmartTag will not work.
For those who fall into the category of humans with goldfish memory, we recommend purchasing it as it is well worth it. At a price of RM99 for one or RM159 for a pair, we feel it is worth it to resolve the issue that can cause a house to sink when the object to be sought cannot be found. An alternative on the market is Tile which offers similar features but is operating system agnostic but is sold at a slightly more expensive price.
The body with the dull packaging is not easily scratched or traps dirt.
Works well for tracking lost objects or locating lost phones.
Small size that does not cause discomfort when in the pocket.
Built -in lock loop – No need to buy additional accessories.
A very loud ringing.
The battery is durable and inexpensive to replace.
Can only be used by Samsung smart gadget.
The lock loop is made of plastic whose long -term durability is questionable.
Does not have any waterproof capability.
Requires a Samsung network of devices to track lost items.