Motorola Moto G Pro: Affordable stylus smartphone makes a good impression in our review
Although the 6.4-inch Motorola Moto G Pro's official price of 330 Euros (~$390) is not incredibly cheap, the smartphone comes with an active stylus. Due to this, it may even be considered to be relatively inexpensive, as a comparison with the competition shows.
With its pricey Galaxy Note series, Samsung is the market leader in the stylus smartphone sector. Currently, even the cheapest Galaxy Note model, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, starts at 400 Euros (~$470).
In our review, the Moto G Pro not only shines in comparison by being an interesting alternative to expensive stylus smartphones but also by providing a very polished stylus experience. While there is a small input delay, it is not very noticeable while navigating the menus and it only really becomes apparent when the stylus is dragged fairly quickly across the 2300x1080 IPS screen.
Another advantage of the Moto G Pro is the fact that it ships with Android One. Thus, users will not have to worry about Motorola prematurely discontinuing updates for its stylus smartphone. To the contrary: Android One smartphones are guaranteed OS updates for two years and security patches for three years. As a result, Motorola will almost certainly roll out Android 11 and 12 to the Moto G Pro.
Buyers of mid-range smartphones usually have to keep their expectations in check when it comes to the camera module. However, the Moto G Pro and its 48-MP camera do a lot of things right in this regard. In good lighting, the latter takes stunning pictures that can compete with much more expensive smartphones. Even in low-light situations, the Moto G Pro still performs quite well.
More details and test results can be found in our in-depth review of the Motorola Moto G Pro.