The Moto G Stylus will have the One Action's signature camera: new specs leak
Motorola is currently thought to be preparing a new phone that incorporates stylus support for its 2020 line-up. The latest leaks on this subject indicate that it will be a part of the Moto series (and not the newer One line as suspected earlier). A new report based on "source" material purports to spill its specs list in total.
Based on this information, the "Moto G Stylus", or "XT2034-2" (names recently discoved in the Canadian brand-approval repository) shares many attributes with the equally theoretical G8 Power. Accordingly, it may run on the distinctly mid-range Snapdragon 665 processor, along with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. These internals will sustain a build of Android 10, a point corroborated by this phone's possible Geekbench leak.
The phone is also now touted to have a 6.36-inch FHD+ display, which is a little odd given its "Stylus" designation. This screen may feature a punch-hole display, to house a single 25MP selfie shooter. Moving thusly to cameras, sources now say that it will have 3 main shooters, one of which will be a 48MP main sensor. Another may be the innovative 16MP rotated lens debuted in the One Action.
They are now rumored to be rounded out by a 2MP camera of a macro nature. We suspect that the Moto G Stylus may launch, or at least be introduced, at the upcoming MWC 2020 event. This conference may also see the unveiling of the rest of the Moto G8 series, which only comprises the G8 Plus at present.