Some companies are not very good at keeping secrets, and when it comes to Nokia’s Treasure Tag, this is one particular device which has seen its fair share of leaks in the past, so much so that not too few people were surprised to see that Nokia’s Treasure Tag Bluetooth 4.0 accessory failed to materialize in the flesh at Nokia World last year. Well, just like how all good things always come to those who wait, apparently this particular device is being ramped up to make its way to the market especially when you take into consideration that an internal app has already showed its face in the Windows Phone Store for the Nokia Treasure Tag Bluetooth 4.0 accessory.
This particular app does not give us an idea at all as to how it will work, apart from that fact that it will expire in 90 days’ time. Perhaps that would be enough time to actually see the device get an official release to the masses. So far, the Nokia Treasure Tag is tipped to deliver Bluetooth 4.0-based proximity services, so that users who attach the tag to items such as their keys are able to use their handset to track down this particular item, as long as it remains within a 15 meter radius.
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