Motorola adds 5G to the new Moto G Stylus


Moto G Stylus

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Almost a year ago, Motorola launched the first generation Moto G Stylus, and then received quite a good response in the market. So they struck while the iron was hot and announced the sequel at the beginning of this year. Unexpectedly, now that the middle of the year is coming, the third G Stylus has officially debuted. The biggest selling point of the new machine this time is the increased support for 5G networks. Its price is US$400 (approximately RMB 2,550), and it will be available in the US starting June 14.

Like the previous generation, the new Moto G Stylus is still equipped with a 6.8-inch FHD+ LCD screen (20.5:9 ratio). The editor of the main station thought that its color performance was good after playing with it, and the brightness reached a usable level. With the newly designed stylus, you can complete some simple writing and drawing operations on it, but the experience is definitely not comparable to the flagship product of the S Pen. In the shooting part, the rear camera of the new Moto G Stylus uses a common combination of a 48MP main camera (with f/1.7 lens), 8MP ultra-wide angle and 2MP macro cameras, as well as a depth sensor. Moto also added modes such as dual recording before and after, and monochrome retention, in an effort to bring more interest to users.

Moto G Stylus

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As for other specifications, there are Snapdragon 480 processor, 6GB RAM, 256GB built-in storage and 5,000mAh battery. It is officially claimed that a single charge can last two full days. For consumers who want a large-size stylus 5G mobile phone, this time the Moto G Stylus should still be an object worth considering.

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