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  • Updated: June 02, 2023

Why You Need To Consider Digital Car Keys

These days, not many people want to carry a lot of things with them and for this reason anything but physical items are perfect; this is how digital additions are gathering so much attention. 

Whereas Hyundai and Kia each only have one model that is compatible with the concept of digital car keys, BMW boasts the most vehicles that are compatible with this feature, including two Genesis models. 

Interestingly, the recent introduction of Digital Car Keys compatible with BMW cars by South Korean tech giant, Samsung, is more than suitable. 

Since everywhere else, tech giants are adding more products to their line, South Korean tech giant Samsung is not left out and is, instead, intent on sending off its Advanced Digital Keys in Brazil.

For this project, the organization teamed with BMW such that users can lock and open their vehicles utilizing the Samsung Universe telephones running Android 13.

Moreover, the telephones considered apt for utilizing Samsung's Advanced Car Key component are the Cosmic system S20 series which means World S21 series, Universe S22 series, and Cosmic system S23.

The new feature is supported by the older Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, as well as the entire Z Flip series, from Z Flip 5G to Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 2 to Z Fold 4.

Among the 14 BMW models that support the Digital Car Key service are two electric vehicles, the iX3 and iX. 

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