Some technical specifications and images showing the design of the Moto G Stylus 2022, the new smartphone from Motorola from the big screen and with the included stylus. With three cameras on the back, at least one of which a 50MP, it looks like a really cool phone.
Moto G Stylus 2022, specifications and designs arrive online
The Motorola’s Moto G line has for years defined the limits and potential of a good low-priced Android smartphone. But with the competition that arises among cheap smartphones, it is necessary to reinvent ourselves and propose something new in this range. Moto G Stylus 2022 seems the answer to this challenge.
The smartphone takes the concept already seen from the first model launched in 2020: a large screen from 6.58 inch FHD + it’s a nib to interact with the display. But this time around Motorola seems to want to raise the bar in terms of design and camera.
91mobiles has unveiled the image that you can find above, with the smartphone seen from all perspectives. There seems to be a lot of details in its favor. The stylus that fits into the profile of the smartphone, which does not seem abundant, however. Visible but reduced frames, also thanks to the punch-hole for the selfie camera. The fingerprint reader in the power button. A USB-C input for charging but also a jack audio for headphones, which is always welcome.
But most of all three cameras on the back, one of which should be from 50MP. Details that are not enough to ensure the quality of the shots but that give hope for an increase in quality.
The possible specifications of the smartphone, which is supposed to use a processor, have also been leaked recently Snapdragon 480+ with 6GB of RAM. Not the best for gaming but a processor that should ensure great autonomy, even if at the moment we do not know the size of the battery. The screen will also have 90Hz di refresh rate.
If the price were to stay low, Motorola could compete with smartphones that may have more impressive specs than Moto G Stylus 2022. But with a sleek design, stylus and lightweight, calibrated software, it could be a really cool solution.