In the Chinese version, the smart #1 can also release energy again. Just as you know it from the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the Kia EV6. Using a type 2 plug in the charging socket, which then has a Schuko socket. Then you can plug in whatever you want with up to 16 A on one phase with AC 230 V.
The European version of the smart #1 doesn't seem to get that. At least it isn't mentioned anywhere anymore (?) and I couldn't find it anywhere in the press release either.
The hardware, i.e. the charger, should be the same in Europe and Asia. Both the 7.2 kW charger and the 22 kW charger. I can hardly imagine that there will be two variants.
Now the question is: Can it be unlocked? I've made this thread here and I'm curious to see if anything else comes up. Maybe one of you has an idea why one -apparently deliberately- does without this feature in Europa.