A new render points to a 2020 Motorola device with a stylus
Motorola may be working on a phone designed to work with its own stylus. This, at least, is in accordance with a new render posted to Twitter by Evleaks (or Evan Blass). The image shows a phone with a wallpaper and design cues often linked to the OEM in question, but with a new, heretofore-unseen accessory alongside it.
The device in the image also gives the impression of having a very large screen - or a very long one, to be more exact: it may have a ratio of 20-21:9. This may presumably help support its apparent stylus-related functions. Its display also exhibits a single punch-hole camera, which also maximizes its putative real estate.
These are also properties associated with the premium Samsung Galaxy Note line of phablets. However, its possible answer by Motorola may not be aimed at the same sector of the market. There is (obviously) no evidence that its companion has any of the same special features of the up-to-date S Pen, a specific silo within the device's chassis included.
All in all, this rumored new phone may simply have a markedly large display that leverages the use of a stylus as a unique selling point, as with some tablets. Should that be the case, the device might fit in well with this OEM's One series, which also includes phones with an action-cam-like sensor or advanced zoom capabilities.