It’s really hard to say since Bluetooth has never been turned on for the V2 hub. There’s a Bluetooth radio in there, but it’s disabled. So since we don’t know if non-mesh Bluetooth works with the V2 hub, it’s impossible to know whether mesh Bluetooth would.
One really interesting point is that Lowes had said about two years ago that they were waiting to open up Bluetooth in their hub until mesh was available. They have a working Bluetooth radio, but it’s only used during the set up of the hub itself, you can’t connect any devices to it.
The wink hub 2 had a similar set up, but about three months ago added the ability to use a Switchmate Bluetooth switch as an IOT device with their hub. But only that one device.
So I will be curious to see whether over the next six months Lowes and Wink add the ability to connect Bluetooth IOT devices like Bluetooth locks, Elgato sensors, feit smart lightbulbs, and flic buttons. As well as any Bluetooth mesh devices.
If both do, I would expect there to be more pressure on SmartThings to do something about Bluetooth. But we’ll just have to wait and see.