The G Stylus is a big phone at 6.8 inches. The screen has a frame rate of 90Hz and a resolution of 1080×2460, which is better than the 720p screens we’ve seen on most cheap phones. Still, the IPS screen looks pretty good. The colors are nice and bright. The brightness is also good enough that you can see it in full sunlight. Black looks more like dark grey than a perfect OLED black, but it’s still fine for casual content viewing… as long as you have headphones.
The only speaker is at the bottom, where the headphone jack, charge port, and pen are also located. Phones have had amplified earpieces for a long time, so not having one on a phone that is otherwise so good for watching YouTube when you have 30 minutes to kill seems strange. The 2020 Stylus had sound speakers, but that was just one of many ways that this car saved money.
- Display: 6.8 Inch
- RAM: 6GB
- Storage: 128GB
- Camera: 50-MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide plus Macro Vision, and a 2MP depth sensor
- Battery: 5000 mAh battery
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The Moto G pen from this year looks a lot like the one from 2020. It has a hole in the middle of the front, is made of plastic and glass, and has a silo at the bottom right to hold the pen. It’s clear that Motorola’s design is working, and I’m glad they aren’t changing something that isn’t broken. But when you hold the Moto G Stylus, it feels almost too big to use. It has a 6.8-inch screen, which is bigger than the 2020 model’s 6.4-inch screen.
The LCD screen on the Moto G Stylus (2022) is a large 6.8 inches, giving you plenty of room to watch material on its 720p screen. That also gives you more room to use a pen, whether you want to write notes, draw, or do something else. At this price point, it’s nice that the Moto G Stylus (2022) has an adaptive frame rate of 90Hz. That means web pages will scroll much more smoothly and graphics will look better (if the phone can keep up). Even though 90Hz isn’t the fastest out there, it’s much better than a 60Hz screen.