Powered with the Snapdragon 665, G Stylus is kind of a cheap Samsung Note without that premium price tag hanging with it. The stylus adds that easiness to how you use the device and honestly for $299 it is actually really good of a deal.
• Good Camera
• Great Camera setting
• Really Good Battery life
• No Wireless Charging
- Operating System : Android 10
- Display : 6.40-inch
- Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon 665
- CPU : 4x 2.0 GHz Kryo 260, 4x 1.8 GHz Kryo 260
- GPU : Adreno 610
- Memory : 4GB
- Storage : 128GB + upto 512 expandable using SD Card
- Primary Camera : 48MP primary camera f/1.7 1.6um + 2MP Macro Vision
f/2.2 + 16MP Action Cam f/2.2 2.0um 117 degree field of view
- Front Camera : 16MP f/2 1um
- Battery : 4000 mAh
Launching in the mid-range budget section at just Rs. 15K, RealMe X2 is actually pretty good for it is being offered at. Good Processor, Enough RAM, expandable internal storage, pretty good camera and not forgetting the VOOC fast charging which will charge your phone fully in under half an hour.
Honestly, for what you are paying ? It’s a pretty good deal. It won’t lag even during heavy tasks though multi-tasking can sometimes cause some minor issues but that’s not what you’re expecting to do on a mid-range device. It’ll handle most multitaskings including using multiple social media pretty well though. At 15K ? You won’t go wrong with this.
The Moto G Stylus is extremely sleek, if a bit hefty, with a polycarbonate frame that appears very similar to the fashionable aluminum of pricier handsets. The bezel isn’t too thick for a budget phone, with a clean back coming during a dusk-esque ‘purple indigo’ hue.
The stylus itself may be a black-and-silver cylinder about half the phone’s length; it’s ovoid-shaped, so you won’t likely stick it back within the phone the incorrect way. The tip is really a metal mesh, which could get up to a touch more wear than rubber or silicone ends.
The Moto G Stylus’ 19:9 LCD display is functional, with few surprises, but that shouldn’t be a disappointment. In fact, it’s pretty sharp and vibrant, with an FHD+ (2,280×1,080) resolution that’s above some prior G-series phones just like the Moto G7 Play and Moto G7 Power.
Another upgrade over the G7 series: rather than a notch, the display features a punch-hole within the top left corner that houses the 16MP selfie camera. It’s not as big a hole as the ones that debuted the concept on the Samsung Galaxy S10 line, which may be a boon, helping the phone to an 88% screen-to-body ratio.
Motorola made a leap with its Motorola One line of budget smartphones in 2019, all pushing camera tech a touch more forward – and therefore the Moto G Stylus reaps the rewards. Its triple rear camera setup is that the most powerful yet for the G series.
The 48MP main lens is the star, though by default, it’ll use the phone’s quad pixel tech to form more light-rich photos at 12MP (you can still choose the full 48MP).
There’s a 16MP ultrawide lens with 117-degree field of view, which isn’t the widest we’ve seen, but it’s an excellent addition for a budget smartphone. The 16MP selfie camera is additionally an upgrade in sheer megapixels over front-facing cameras in prior G-series phones.
The G Stylus features a very respectable 4,000mAh battery, offering a Motorola-claimed up to 2 days of use before it needs recharging – something we’ll make certain to put to the test during our in-depth review process. That’s not as big because the monstrous 5,000mAh capacity of the G Power, but it’s still hefty and quite enough for most users.
Moto G Stylus starts at $299 in United States and is available at Rs. 21,490 in India.
Should you Buy it ?
Moto G Stylus offers irresistable features at a low price. The only thing that is bothersome is the design of the phone which looks a little cheap. But if you are looking for a phone with stylus on a budget, go for it!