The new Moto G Stylus leak shows the phone from all sides

The new Moto G Stylus leak shows the phone from all sides

The site also claims that it will be available in gold and black colours, with a 6.58-inch F HD+ 90Hz display that’s likely to be LCD. It won’t be the most powerful around, with a rumoured Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 Plus processor and 6GB of RAM. Internal storage could well be 128GB out of the box. A 4,500mAh battery will reportedly run the show. The camera system is claimed to be lead with a 50-megapixel main cam, but with quad-pixel technology.

Motorola’s rumoured future phone has been the subject of numerous leaks, including renders and photographs. We now have a new lineup image that showcases it from all sides. The phone is now known as the “Moto G Stylus 2022,” and it appears similar to its predecessor (called the Moto G Pro in the UK). It’s also known as the Motorola Milan codename, and a launch announcement is expected soon. The latest image, which appears to be press renderings, shows a triple-camera system on the back and a hole-punch notch on the front, according to 91Mobiles.

In all likelihood, it’ll be announced as part of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in March. The annual trade show is currently still going ahead, despite the rapid spread of the Omicron Covid variant in Central Europe.

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