Earlier this summer we saw plans for an upcoming accessory from Nokia called Treasure Tags. These are little devices that will make sure you never misplace your keys or purse again. Those Treasure Tags also just spent some time at the FCC.
Treasure Tags are rumored to work via Bluetooth 4.0 to help you locate items you attach them to or your phone. The images of the Treasure Tags earlier this summer revealed a loop that you can presumably attach to items like keys, purses, or any item of value that’s easy to lose. You might use an app on your Lumia device to then locate or see where the item last was when it talked to your phone using Bluetooth low energy. Alternatively, you can even find your phone. Pressing a button on the Treasure Tag will activate your phone to make sound (assuming it’s in range). This is all info we knew from earlier in the summer, anything new in the FCC filings?
Not much unfortunately. The only thing really new is the model name: WS-2. Other than that, we’ve got a bunch of FCC filings for you to peruse through and pick new information out of. Link below.
We’ll probably be seeing the Treasure Tag later this month when Nokia is expected to announce the Lumia 1520 and/or their tablet.
What do you guys think of the Treasure Tag accessory? Something you’d use?