Samsung is quickly adding a new feature to Galaxy smartphones that will allow users to find a lost device even when it is offline. By the way, Samsung's Galaxy phones have a feature called Find My Mobile since 2018 which helps in finding lost phones.
To use this feature, you need to sign in to a Samsung account, which is usually created before using a new phone. By the way, even if it doesn't happen, there is no problem because it only takes a few minutes and your Find My Mobile can be enabled for any Galaxy series.
It is true that this service from Google for all Android phones is not available in the form of an app and there is nothing wrong with it, but the service provided by Samsung for their phones can provide more support.
Looks like Samsung just added offline finding to Samsung's Find My Mobile.— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) August 22, 2020
Let's you track your phone even if it doesn't have WiFi or cellular by using other Galaxy users. pic.twitter.com/psLl1rcb4X
However, it is now being improved with an update that is not currently available to all users.
Screenshots of the new feature were shared in a tweet that clearly stated, "This will allow you to find your phone from other people's Galaxy phones even when it is not connected to the network." The update will also allow you to use your phone to scan for missing Galaxy devices nearby.
This feature is called Offline Finding.
Apple introduced a similar version last year at iOS 13, called Find My, which allows users to search for lost iPhones even when they are offline.