Samsung’s Top IoT Gadgets You Should Know in 2021
Multinational electronics company Samsung has taken the tech world by storm. From cutting-edge smartphones, smartwatches, cameras, TVs, and more smart home appliances, it has become a household name. Here are some of the company’s IoT devices that are dominating the industry.
Samsung Gear Fit
Samsung Gear Fit is a dustproof, water-resistant fitness tracker. It features a curved display, long battery time, and receives alerts about emails and text messages. It integrates with Samsung’s S Health app.
Some of its features are:
- Simple Interaction — Control basic functions, such as, reject calls with messages, quick reply to messages, and control alarms. Also offers instant notifications of emails, SMS, incoming calls, and 3rd party apps.
- Personalized Fitness Motivator — Equipped with a Heart Rate Sensor to achieve your fitness goals.
- 24/7 Wearable — Keeps track of users’ activities throughout the day with dust and water-resistant protection (IP67).
- App and Device Compatibility —Compatible with a number of Galaxy smartphones and tablets
Samsung Gear VR
Powered by Oculus technology, Samsung’s VR headset integrates with its Galaxy line of smartphones and is powered by Oculus technology. It has a Super AMOLED display, wide field of view, precise head tracking, and low latency. Users can use the gear VR controller to navigate the virtual reality system or use it as a gamepad for playing games. It has 101 degrees field of view, 345g of weight, a Gyro/Proximity sensor, and supports both Micro USB and USB Type-C for easy connection.
Samsung SmartThings Cam
A full HD camera that allows monitoring the users’ home 24/7 from the convenience of a smartphone, tablet, Samsung TV, or fridge. It is also capable of differentiating between a person and an object, offers high dynamic range, night vision display, a mic for communicating with family members and pets. It is a simple plug-in system supported on Android/IOS with personal cloud storage for storing all the footage.
It is a whole-home automation system where the user can control lights, electronics, and small appliances from anywhere. It connects all the devices and work together to set lights, electronics, and small appliances to turn on and off, or when triggered by temperature.
SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug
With the SmartThings Wifi Smart Plug, users can turn on and off the lamps, small appliances, and electronics with the SmartThings app installed on the phone or tablet. Combining multiple Smart Plugs can even help in automating an entire room without having any hub. It is also compatible with all the virtual assistants including Bixby, Google Assistant, and Alexa. Users can also ask these assistants to turn off lights, electronics, or smart appliances. They can also monitor energy usage and set up schedulers to power off when they are away. The SmartThings Wi-Fi Smart Plug offers a compact design to stack multiple Smart Plugs in a single outlet and also doesn’t require a hub.