Moto G Stylus coming to Metro by T-Mobile

A recent report has confirmed that Motorola has today revealed two new smartphones in the market, and one of them is headed to Metro by T-Mobile.

The all-new Moto G Stylus smartphone will be equipped with a built-in pen which has been designed to offer an affordable alternative to the stylus-equipped smartphones in the market.

Sources reported that when users will pull out the built-in pen from the Moto G Stylus, a new Moto Note app will launch, which will help the users to note down the required information. Users will be able to use the feature even when the smartphone is locked.

With the stylus in hand, you would be drawing on a 6.4-character FHD+ screen, which will be equipped with a hole punch. You can find your 16MP selfie camera at the front while at the back, there will be a triple cam configuration with a 48MP main sensor that is equipped by Quad pixel technology for a sharper 12MP shot with 4 pixels.

Besides this, the smartphone also has a 16Mp action camera, which has been designed to take ultra-wide-angle videos even in landscape mode. The smartphone also has a 2MP close-up camera along with laser autofocus.

We have reports that the all-new Moto G Stylus will be powered with an octa-core Snapdragon 665 processor, which will be bundled with 4GB of RAM. The smartphone will have 128GB of storage, and a micro SD card slot.

Talking about the other features of the smartphone, the Moto G Stylus has a fingerprint reader at the back. The best part is that you will also get a 3.5mm headphone jack, which will be located at the bottom. For those who want to know about the speakers, the Moto G Stylus will have dual stereo speakers, and the smartphone will come along with a 4000mAh battery that will be charged using a USB-C port.

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Andrew Denny

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Andrew Denny is a journalist with a degree in History and Literature from the University of Texas at Austin and postgraduate education in Literature from Sewanee, The University of the South. Andrew enjoys publishing on performing arts, literature, sports, politics, economics, culture, and science. He is a former college football walk-on who loves pubs, baseball, and once bought a horse from a Middle Eastern prince.

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