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Motorola may soon launch device tracking as Moto Tag gets FCC approval

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The latest report suggests that Motorola is close to launching its own device tracker, as a device called Moto Tag has recently been spotted on the FCC’s certification website. According to the FCC registration (via ITHome), the Moto Tag tracker supports Bluetooth LE and Ultra Wide-band (UWB).

The availability of the UWB suggests that the Moto Tag may pack more fine-tuned and granular support for device tracking, compared to simple Bluetooth-only tracking. The alleged Motorola Moto Tag tracking device was registered with FCC approval with the model number XT2445-1.

The Moto Tag device runs on a regular watch battery, model number CR2032. This indicates that battery replacement will not be a problem. The listing does not confirm whether the Moto Tag tracking device will support Google’s Find My Device network.

Google launched the Find My Device network earlier this year, and many brands like Chipolo, Pebblebee, etc. have already equipped their tracking devices with the feature. There’s no official word on the product’s release date, but the company is holding a launch event on June 25.

Motorola is set to debut the Moto Razr 50 and Moto Razr 50 Ultra, dubbed the Moto Razr 2024, and the Moto Razr+ 2024 in the US. The phones will also reportedly launch in China on the same day, however, there’s no word on their India debut.

A previous leak suggested that the Motorola Razr 50 will cost around $965 for the 8GB and 256GB RAM variant, while the Motorola Razr 50 Ultra will cost around $1,287 for the 12GB RAM and 512GB storage option. The prices are a conversion of their European pricing and may be different when it officially launches in the US.

Recently, a leak surfaced online highlighting key specifications of the Motorola Razr+ (aka Moto Razr 50 Ultra). The device is expected to come with IP52-rated underwater protection, pack a telephoto zoom camera and ditch the ultra-wide camera, and is expected to have a number of AI features as well.

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