Last week, Evan Blass published the rendering of a Motorola smartphone with stylus stylus. Shortly thereafter, the leaker revealed its official name: Moto G Stylus. Now, real images of this device have appeared, showing the design chosen by the company.
We can clearly see that the Moto G Stylus has a "hole" in the upper left corner of the screen that houses the front camera. In addition, its side edges are very thin, while the lower frame is thicker. As expected, the pen is very basic and does not deliver interesting features, it can only be used to draw or take notes, for example.
One of the images reveals the Moto G Stylus lock screen, with two notifications that say: "finish setting up your Moto G (7)" and "if you are not using the pencil, insert it again into the device".
As for the first, considering that this unit is a prototype, it is quite likely that the software is still unfinished. Now when we talk about the second, it is very clear that the system will be able to detect when the pen is not inserted in the dedicated slot, something that can help not lose the accessory.
The rear of the Moto G Stylus was also leaked by 91mobiles. This device hit the market with four cameras, the main one being 48MP. The image also shows a fingerprint reader positioned inside the Motorola logo.
Regarding the specifications, leaks suggest a 6.3 "or 6.4" screen with Full HD + resolution. The processor will be some of the Snapdragon 600 series, combined with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. To keep the device on, a 4,000 mAh battery was listed.
So far, there is no information on the Moto G Stylus's launch date, but there is a possibility that it will be made official in February during MWC 2020.
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