Android’s Finder Network could use ultra-wideband connectivity.
At least three companies are working to make their tracker tags compatible with Finder Network.
Samsung and Tile could be a part of the network, but there’s no evidence at the moment.
Last month, we learned that Google is working on a way for Find My Device to locate Android phones even when powered down. Now a new report claims that Android’s “Finder Network” will be compatible with existing tracker tags.
Although it doesn’t have an established ecosystem yet, Google has been working on its own equivalent to Apple’s Find My service. Similar to Find My, Android’s Finder Network is designed to help users find lost phones, Bluetooth tags, and devices with built-in locater support.