Samsung’s SmartThings Find service was introduced to locate lost devices

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Samsung recently launched a new service called SmartThings Find has introduced that it uses ultra-broadband (UWB) and low-power Bluetooth (BLE) technology to quickly locate smartphones, smartwatches, headphones and Galaxy family tablets.

The process of releasing a new update for the SmartThings app started yesterday. This update equips the app with the SmartThings Find service. Once you have the feature, you can access it by tapping the banner at the bottom of the SmartThings app home screen. To use SmartThings Find, users have to go through a short registration step and then locate the lost Galaxy brand devices.

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