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After Foldable smartphones, the next fascinating thing in the tech world is Smart Tags. The Galaxy Smart Tag and Galaxy Smart Tag+, manufactured by Samsung is the first smart Tag. It was launched in January. These devices can be placed on any objects, such as keys, pets, or anything else, as trackers. They can also be used to locate objects in case they get lost.
After Samsung launched its smart Tag, AirTag was launched in April by Apple. Since 23rd April, AirTag has been available as a single pack goes for Apple’s fan base.
A new report from 91 Mobiles reveals that OnePlus has plans to join Samsung and Apple in the competition of smart Tag manufacturing. This rumour was confirmed by a new registered “OnePlusTag” trademark. The parent company of OnePlus, Beijing Intangible Technology Co, Ltd, carried out this new trademark registration on 2nd June. The latest development was first spotted on 2 June by Neowin and Droidmaze.
From the screenshot above, the trademark was filed on 18th May 2021 by Beijing Intangible Technology Co, Ltd. It carries 56159145 as its registration number.
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91 Mobiles further reports that OnePlus currently does not offer any device with UWB (Ultra-wideband) technology that is used for the purpose of accurate tracking. At this point, neither the launch date nor the specifications of the OnePlusTag are available. It is also not clear if OnePlus is currently working on developing a Tag or the name has been trademarked for future purposes. However, we should expect OnePlusTag in few months to come, most likely this year.
Yesterday, OnePlus added new updates to the OnePlus Watch. These updates include more workout features and an ‘AI outfit’ watch face.
Surveys conducted by OnePlus revealed that alongside the OnePlusTag, the company is also working on a new project powered by Blockchain.
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