Lenovo owned company Motorola is working on a new device that is said to come with a Stylus pen. As per reports and a Canadian site the phone is stated to be known as MotoG Stylus. It is also expected that the company will soon be unveiling the smartphone in the coming weeks. While on the other hand, a tipster has revealed that Motorola seems to be working on it’s another high-end smartphone that could also be called Edge+. The tipster also leaked the renders of the said smartphone.
As per the leaked renders shared by a famous tipster Evan Blass via its Twitter account, a new Motorola device will come equipped with a Stylus. However, the tipster did not share any other details with regard to the smartphone but as per the leaked renders, the handset will have slim side bezels, a slightly thicker chin and curved edges. Moreover, it will have a punch-hole camera on the top left corner of the display screen.
Also the stylus does not have a pressure-sensitive tip similar to S Pen provided by Samsung with Galaxy Note 10 series. However, this could be the company’s first-ever smartphone that will come equipped with a Stylus Pen. The leakster also hinted that this phone could be Motorola Edge+ and would be heading to Verizon.
While on the other hand according to a Canadian Government website Radio Equipment List a new Moto G Stylus in the pipeline to carry a model number XT2043-4. The smartphone has been approved by the authority earlier this month and has also been spotted on US Federal Communications Commission carrying a similar model number.
To recall last year Motorola launched Moto G7 in the month of February. So this time also it is expected that the company will also be unveiling a new smartphone very soon. So we need to wait until the company reveals any details about its upcoming smartphone.
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