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The latest Moto G phone offers 5G and a stylus at a (relatively) low price

Motorola Moto G Stylus 5G in green

Credit: Eric Zeman/ Android Authority

Motorola has propelled the Moto G Stylus 5G. The 6.8 -inch telephone proposals fast wireless and a pen, but it also deposits with a modest Snapdragon 480 chip. It will be available in the US on June 14 for $399.99.

You might not have to spend Galaxy Note money if you're looking for a pen-toting phone with 5G. Motorola has launched the Moto G Stylus 5G, a budget Android phone that offers both benefits -- with a few cases caveats.

The highlight, as you might guess, is a pen-capable 6.8 -inch "FHD+"( that is, 1080 p) expose combined with next-gen wireless. You could sketch a scene on your Moto G Stylus 5G and quickly share it across social networks. You'll also find a large 5,000 mAh battery, up to 256 GB of expandable storage, and a quadruplet rear camera display that includes a 48 MP Quad Pixel main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, a 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. A 16 MP front camera handles selfies.

Related: Why is there no real competition to Samsung's S Pen ?

This isn't a powerhouse, though. The new Moto G Stylus lodges with a meagre Snapdragon 480 chip, and you'll get either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. There's also no IP rating for ocean resist( it's merely" ocean repellent ") or NFC, and you'll have to be content with a 10 W charger. You're buying this for the 5G and stylus, and not much else.

An unlocked explanation of the Moto G Stylus 5G is available for consultation through Amazon, Best Buy, B& H Photo, Motorola, and Walmart on the June 14 liberation date at a price of $399.99. Pre-orders start today. It will come to AT& T, Cricket, T-Mobile, Metro, Boost Mobile, Spectrum Mobile, and Xfinity Mobile sometime later.

That price draws the Moto G Stylus 5G more of a specialist device than a strong all-rounder. Pay $ 50 less and can get you a Google Pixel 4a that should have a faster chip and take better photos, albeit without the pen or faster cell data. And if you're open to other pulpits, Apple's iPhone SE will boast a much faster processor for the same outlay. If a stylus is a must-have, though, you probably won't find numerous affordable alternatives.

Read more: androidauthority.com

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