Last updated on March 9, 2021
Motorola has a lot planned for his next smartphone. Even if you can’t keep up with the Galaxy Note 20 from Samsung in many areas, a special feature is supposed to convince customers to perhaps keep their hands off the Samsung flagship.
Motorola: Moto G Pro 2021 comes with stylus
<Lenovo, through its subsidiary Motorola, is once again venturing into the stylus mobile phone sector. After the Moto G Pro, also known as the Moto G Stylus, was the first smartphone with stylus in spring 2020, a successor is now on the doorstep. The new Moto G Pro will have a stylus just like its predecessor and the Note series from Samsung. Some information has already been leaked about the additional features As the Leaker Evan Blass claims to have experienced, the Moto G Pro 2021 will be bigger, but will continue to rely on an LC-display. According to Blass, this will be on a diagonal of 6.8 inches and will have a slightly better resolution of 2,400 x 1,800 pixels. For the processor, the decision was made in favour of the mid-range SoC Snapdragon 675, which can also be found in the Samsung Galaxy A70 and some Moto mobile phones. As with its predecessor, the Moto G Pro 2021 is supposed to have 4 GB RAM and an expandable 128 GB hard drive on its side.
In the back, the Moto G Pro 2021 is supposed to have four cameras that can create images with up to 48 MP. In addition, there is an ultra wide angle (8 MP), a depth sensor and a macro lens (both 2 MP). Selfies are possible with 16 MP, the front camera is hidden in a camera hole in the upper left corner of the display. The battery probably hasn’t changed at all, so it remains at 4,000 mAh.
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Moto G Pro 2021 only with Android 10?
Rather bad news is the operating system. According to Blass, Lenovo has decided on Android 10 and not on the already available Android 11. When and at what price the Moto G Pro 2021 will come onto the market is not yet certain. However, in view of the equipment, it should be considerably cheaper than the Samsung competition.
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