After Evan Blass revealed that Motorola is preparing to announce its first smartphone with stylus, new information about this model began to emerge. This time, we have the full specifications of the Moto G Stylus, which has yet to be announced.
This smartphone is said to have a 6.36 "screen with a resolution of 2236 x 1080 pixels. Inside, we have the Snapdragon 665 processor, combined with 64GB or 128GB of storage. The amount of RAM is not mentioned, but it is expected at least 4GB.
In the camera department, the Moto G Stylus comes with three sensors at the rear and not four as previously reported, given that the fourth "hole" is only a laser focus system. The leak points out that the main camera delivers 48MP with f / 1.7 aperture, while the secondary "Action Cam" adds 16MP with f / 2.2 aperture and 117 degree viewing angle. This is the same sensor present in the Motorola One Action. As for the third lens, it is a 2MP macro with f / 2.2 aperture. The small "hole" on the screen houses a 25MP camera with dedicated f / 2.0 aperture selfies.
To keep the Moto G Stylus on, a 4,000 mAh battery was listed, which, according to FCC certification, has a fast charge of just 10W. As a security feature, there is a fingerprint reader inside the Motorola logo. Other features include: NFC (in some regions) and Android 10.
Some software features have also been mentioned. When the user removes the pen from the device, a specific application can be opened automatically to facilitate productivity. A rendering showing the bottom of the Moto G Stylus reveals that the stylus will be stored in the lower right corner.
As previously mentioned, there is still no information regarding the launch date of this device, but this and other information may be released soon.
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