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The Moto Tag is an AirTag for Android

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Motorola’s tracking tag is officially here, and if you’ve wanted an AirTag for your Android phone, this new Moto Tag might be it. This item tracker costs $29 and works with Google’s newly upgraded Find My Device network to help you locate a lost item. In addition to Bluetooth, it also offers ultra wideband, which means that if your phone is equipped with a UWB chip — like the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra — you can track down the tag’s precise location. You know, just like you can with an AirTag.

The Moto Tag comes with an IP67 rating, so it should survive a dunk in fresh water. The tag is powered by a CR2032 coin cell battery and should last a full year before it needs a new one. And in the event that you have your tag on hand but can’t find…

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