Motorola seems to have another one Along the way, 5G and other improvements are coming.
The Moto G Stylus is the company’s mid-range device, and one of the best budget options for customers looking for an experience like a Samsung Galaxy Note, combining a stylus with a phone large enough to double as a tablet. The main upgrade of the new model over the 2022 4G model is 5G support, which is why it is called Moto G Stylus 5G (2022).
In addition to the 5G support, the new model should boast of improved performance, the Snapdragon 695 SOC is probably giving it power. In contrast, the 4G model is powered by MediaTek Helio G88. Snapdragon also has a 6nm design, instead of Helio’s 12nm, which will make it more energy efficient.
The screen is another point of improvement, said to have a 120Hz refresh rate. This is higher than the 90Hz rate of the 4G model. The screen brightness is usually at a maximum of 450 nits, although this can increase up to 650 nits in a high-brightness mode.
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Both models have up to 128GB of storage, although the 5G model is seen starting at 128GB as opposed to the 64GB launched by the 4G model.
While the cameras seem largely unchanged, the original rear is probably coming in at the same 50MP as the 4G model. Similarly, both models include only 4GB of RAM. The battery is another feature that seems to be largely unchanged between the two devices, which is a good thing in this case, as the 4G model already includes a huge 5,000mAh battery.
All in all, the Moto G Stylus 5G seems to have some nice improvement in quality of life compared to its 4G predecessor. Inside We conclude that it offers “good hardware at a good price”, otherwise with some premium features on a budget phone. The 5G model seems to have firmly established that trend, though we will have to wait for the price to be confirmed.