Moto G Stylus 2021: a new leak purports to debunk earlier design and camera-spec rumors
Motorola is slated to launch a new Moto G Stylus in 2021. It had been depicted as a markedly large mobile device with quad cameras in a housing with a conventional rectangular shape, set in a rear panel finished with dark colors. However, Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka OnLeaks) now claims that neither main detail to be taken from the renders in question is accurate.
Instead, the tipster has, in conjunction with Voice HQ, presented new images that suggest the pen-bearing device will be another square-cam phablet with a more vibrant blue as a color option. This might not appeal to every potential customer, although it is more up to date at least.
Furthermore, Hemmerstoffer now asserts that these rear cameras will be a 48+8+5+2MP arrangement, whereas earlier leaks had pointed to a 2MP macro camera in place of a larger sensor for this purpose. Then again, it is also possibly confirmed that the device will launch with a 6.8-inch display.
Therefore, given that its total dimensions are now put at about 169.6 x 73.7 x 8.8-11mm, this would make the G Stylus 2021 more or less on par with its rumored competition, the LG Stylo 7 - and even bigger than the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
The final detail remaining to be altered in this new leak is that the upcoming second-gen Moto G Stylus retain a fingerprint sensor that doubles as an OEM logo on its rear panel, rather than moving it to the power button as suggested previously. Then again, there is still no word on exactly when this 3.5mm jack-toting phablet is to be unveiled.