Motorola's stylus-wielding phone just made an appearance on Geekbench as the Moto G Stylus
Although Motorola is yet to officially acknowledge it, we know that the company is working on a phone with a stylus, thanks to Tweet posted by prolific leaker Evan Blass. There was some confusion around its nomenclature, primarily due to a Motorola Edge+ Geekbench listing that surfaced after Evan's initial reveal. That, it turns out, will be an entirely different device. A new Geekbench listing emerged today that tells us the phone in question will be called the Moto G Stylus. It has been corroborated by Evan, who put out another Tweet confirming the device's name.
The Geekbench listing tells us that the Moto G Stylus has 4GB of RAM and Android 10. Based on its single-core and multi-core test results, it appears to be running a mid-range Qualcomm chip, possible one from the Snapdragon 6xx or 7xx series. XDA Developers' Mishaal Rahaman chimed in stating that the Moto G Stylus would be new additions to the existing Moto G8 series of devices. If that is true, we could be looking at a price tag of about $200-300, making it significantly cheaper than the Galaxy Note 10 Lite's near $550 price tag.
We can expect Motorola to tell us more about the Moto G Stylus at MWC 2020. Motorola has confirmed its presence at the event, and it'll be interesting to see what they have in store for us. A new flagship phone would be nice, for starters. The Moto G series is already very popular in several markets such as India, and now would be an excellent time for Motorola to establish its presence in the 'affordable flagship' segment.