What is the difference between a Bluetooth tracker and a GPS tracker?

Bluetooth trackers and GPS trackers serve similar purposes but operate in different ways and have distinct features:

Bluetooth Tracker:

Range: Bluetooth trackers typically have a shorter range, usually around 100 feet indoors and up to 300 feet outdoors. The range can vary depending on the model and the environment.
Functionality: They rely on Bluetooth technology to connect to a smartphone or other compatible device. Users can track the location of the item to which the tracker is attached using a mobile app.
Battery Life: Battery life is usually longer compared to GPS trackers since they have a smaller range and don't require constant communication with satellites. Some Bluetooth trackers come with replaceable batteries, while others have rechargeable ones.
Accuracy: They are less accurate in pinpointing the exact location compared to GPS trackers. Bluetooth trackers provide a general idea of the item's location based on the last known connection with the smartphone.