The so-called upcoming flagship smartphone, Motorola G Stylus hardware specs have surfaced the internet on Geekbench, a cross-platform processor benchmark. Motorola G Stylus is a Lenovo backed label.
Renders and specifications
Its renders and specs have just recently surfaced the internet. The rumor has it that the Motorola G Stylus will feature a punch-hole display and support for the stylus pen. According to the benchmark, the smartphone will be operating on Android 10 OS, and as previously Motorola phones, we expect the G Stylus to offer a stock Android UI. Although the processor remains hidden at the moment, it is rumored to feature an octa-core Qualcomm processor with 1.8GHz base frequency.
The smartphone will come with a 4GB RAM, and although the storage memory is not mentioned on the Geekbench, we expect it to have a 128GB onboard memory. As the overall performance score on the benchmark, the Motorola G Stylus got 311 points for its single-core test, while its multi-core test got 1,316 points.
Previous leaks on Motorola G Stylus
Based on the leaks we heard so far, the Motorola G Stylus model will come with a punch-hole housing the selfie camera positioned on the top-left of the display. The fingerprint scanner at the back of the smartphone with being designed with an M letter logo etched.
The upcoming smartphone models are also rumored to feature an in-display camera cutout. We don’t have all the camera details, but so far, the phone is rumored to come with a 48MP primary sensor and a 117-degree wide-angle camera.
Display-wise, the G Stylus series is expected to be between 6.3- 6.4-inches. Chipset wise is rumored to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 chipset. As for the battery, Motorola G Stylus will come with a 4,000 mAh battery featuring Quick Charge support. Future details are yet to be officially confirmed.
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