Huawei Tag with one-year battery life goes official for just $15

Huawei Tag Price in Nepal Specifications Availability Where to buy
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Huawei just introduced two new members to its Nova 10 series. In addition, the business has released its first anti-lost tracking gadget, the Huawei Tag. This is a less expensive alternative to Apple AirTags, which are becoming increasingly popular. So, let’s look at the Huawei Tag’s specs, features, availability, and expected price in Nepal.

Huawei Tag Overview:


Huawei Tag is designed in the shape of a pebble and weighs only 6 grams, making it far lighter than Apple AirTags, which weigh 13 grams. Similarly, the body is ridiculously slim, measuring only 5.6mm. 

Huawei Tag Design

It comes with a single white color option and is IP67 certified, so it can easily withstand dust and spills in your daily life.

The tracker gets up and running with a CR2032 button battery which is claimed to deliver more than a year of battery life. Of course, when the battery expires, it can be readily removed.

Huawei has also designed a leather keychain for it, allowing us to easily hang it in our bags or on our valuables.


Huawei Tag employs NFC for tracking and features a built-in speaker that can blare an alert up to 92 db when you’re looking for your items. It also provides encrypted location data sharing that can be anonymous in both directions. Add to that a long-term security reminder feature to dissuade unknown Huawei trackers.

But its major letdown is that it can only be paired with a Harmony OS 2.0-powered device and relies on Huawei’s “Find” network to track objects. The company can enable Android and iOS environment support with its global launch though. 

Huawei Tag  Specifications:

  • Size and Weight: 32 (H) x 31.2 (W) x 5.6 (D) mm, 6 grams
  • IP certification: IP67 dust and water resistant
  • Connectivity: NFC
  • Battery: User-replaceable CR2032 button battery
  • Others: Built-in speaker
  • Compatibility: Harmony OS 2.0 device

Huawei Tag Price in Nepal and Availability

The Tag retails at CNY 99 (~ $15) for a single unit and the company also sells a four-pack for CNY 299 (~ $45). The sales for the tracker will start on July 30 in China. We expect the price of Huawei Tag to be NPR 2,500, if and when it launches in Nepal. 

Tracker Price in China Price in Nepal (Expected)
Huawei Tag CNY 99 NPR 2,500
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