The Samsung Galaxy smartphone can be used to replace your traditional auto key. It helps you to save space in your pocket!
Wallet, all those cards, and keys are all there. Your smartphone is taking over more and more responsibilities, allowing you to leave more items at home with less effort. The same may be said for the car key. Several automobile manufacturers, including as Tesla and BMW, have already made it possible in some cases. Samsung is now providing formal support for the product. The first country where this would be feasible is South Korea, which is where I was born.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 can serve as a car key.
As a result, Samsung supports the use of the Galaxy smartphone’s ultra wideband (UWB) and NFC applications to replace the traditional car key. The next stage is, of course, that the car is equipped with this feature. In this particular instance, the 2017 Genesis GV60 is the first vehicle to be equipped with this capacity.
The Galaxy S21 Plus, S21 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Fold 3 are the first Samsung smartphones to be equipped with this technology, and they are the first devices to do so. You have the option of not only unlocking the car but but starting it as well. The smartphone has fully eliminated the need for a traditional car key.
The disadvantage, of course, is that a thief will be less likely to steal your smartphone. Not only does it have access to your phone, but it also has access to your automobile. That all-in-one device is quite convenient, but criminals will believe the same thing.