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Moto G Stylus and G Power are official: specs, price and availability

Motorola has an occasion that requires celebration and it’s doing it by releasing new phones. That’s something more companies should do! What’s the occasion, you ask. Well, Motorola has sold 100 million Moto G smartphones.

That’s no small feat but also not a huge surprise. Moto G phones have consistently offered excellent bang for your buck, and if you want to learn more about the line’s history, check our post about the Moto G evolution.

But back to these brand new devices. There are two of them and one is particularly exciting. For the first time, we’re getting a Moto G phone with a stylus! The other one is Motorola’s next iteration of power-bank-slapped-to-a-display kind of phone, carrying the appropriate Power moniker. We’ll get to their exact specs in a bit, first let’s talk looks.

Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power design

There’s really no need to examine the two phones separately, they look almost identical. At the front, both have a 6.4-inch display with a hole for the selfie camera, which appears to have slightly shrunk in size compared to previous Motorola models.

On the back, each device has three cameras to offer, the Moto G Stylus getting laser autofocus on top of that, which helps distinguish it from the G Power. The cameras themselves are somewhat different as well, but more on that later.
Looking at the bottom we see the main difference. The Moto G Power is a thick phone, no way around that. It’s a sacrifice you have to make for that extra-long battery life.

Meanwhile, on the Moto G Stylus you can spot the… ahem… rear end of the stylus itself.
Another thing you’ve probably already noticed on both images is that the two new Moto Gs come with a headphone jack. You can’t take that for granted anymore, so we’re happy to see it in 2020 phones.

Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power specs and standout features

Now, when it comes to specs, these phones are no beasts. But no one expects that from a Moto G phone anyway. Still, here’s a quick rundown of what they’re packing:

If we have to summarize the specs in one word, it would be “decent”. The Snapdragon 665 is a solid mid-range chip, 4GB of RAM is fine and while the displays aren’t OLED, they will satisfy anyone buying a phone of that class.

Okay, time to spend a moment talking about what gives these two phones a distinct personality.

Moto G Stylus: note-taking on a budget

With its included pen, the Moto G Stylus is meant to rival the likes of LG Stylo 5 while also being a budget alternative for the Galaxy Note 10. Of course, with a price a few times lower, it can do it only so much, but still, it's nice to see Motorola trying something different.

Just like the Note, you can pull out the stylus and write on the display without having to unlock the phone. Don’t expect fancy functions like a camera trigger, however, this stylus is not as smart as the S Pen.

Still, if you’re a fan of digital doodling or prefer hand-written notes, the Moto G Stylus will be happy to settle in your pocket.

Moto G Power: the battery that keeps on giving

The massive 5,000mAh battery of the Moto G Power is perfect for those that spend a lot of time far from power outlets or car chargers.

But what does 5,000mAh mean in more understandable terms? Well, Motorola says it will last you three days of regular use. But if regular use isn’t your thing, then you can stream music for 150 hours or watch TV shows and movies for 27 hours!

If you have to take your angsty teen on a camping trip, this is the phone to keep them from constantly complaining.

One thing we would have liked to see is the fast charging on the Moto G Power bumped to at least 15W. With a battery that size, the 10W charger will still take a while to top it off.

Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power cameras and samples

For budget phones, the new Moto Gs have very comprehensive sets of cameras. Each of them has a regular camera, an ultra-wide-angle one and a macro camera. The exact specs differ and you can see how much below.

The G Stylus is getting the more premium camera assembly with a 48MP sensor with Quad Pixel technology for better low-light photography, while the G Power has to settle for a humbler 16MP one.

The “Action Cam” addition to the ultra-wide sensor of the Moto G Stylus comes from the phone’s ability to shoot landscape videos while holding the phone in portrait mode, which is apparently what people do while filming action. We've seen it before on the Moto One Action last year.

Comparison between what a regular camera captures versus an ultra-wide-angle one

The macro lens is something we’re seeing more and more often on smartphones and for good reason. It helps you take some impressive close-up shots, which is perfect for gathering likes on social media.

While we should take the samples provided by the manufacturer with a grain of salt, it seems like the new Motorola handsets will be perfectly adequate for the everyday camera needs of their users.

Moto G Stylus and G Power price and availability

The new Moto G pair will be released in the US and Canada this spring. The devices will be sold unlocked at all the major retailers like Walmart, Amazon, Best Buy, B&H Photo and Walmart.

When it comes to carriers, Verizon and Republic Wireless will have both. Moto G Stylus will also be sold at Metro by T-Mobile, while G Power will be offered by US Cellular, Consumer Cellular and Xfinity Mobile.

And now for the best part: the price. Moto G Stylus starts at $300 and the Moto G Power at only $250. These two phones are true members of the Moto G family and we’re happy to welcome them.

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Moto G Stylus
  • Display 6.4 inches
    2300 x 1080 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP (Quad camera)
    16 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 665, 4GB RAM
  • Storage 128GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 4000 mAh
  • OS Android 10



5. Crispin_Gatieza

Posts: 3205; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

What does Motorola have against NFC? Sony and Nokia put them in their mid-rangers, why can’t Moto?

11. magnaroader

Posts: 79; Member since: Feb 25, 2016

I've owned 2 Moto mid range phones and both had NFC in them. Why wouldn't they be included in these?

16. Crispin_Gatieza

Posts: 3205; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

None of the G series in the US has had NFC. The Z3 Play did have it but at $499 I wouldn’t exactly call it a budget mid ranger.

23. yalokiy

Posts: 1162; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

From what I see, the G series have NFC, but not in all markets (perhaps excluding the US version).

4. shafayatsohail

Posts: 57; Member since: Jan 14, 2016

regarding Comparison between what a regular camera captures versus an ultra-wide-angle one", then why don't you ditch the 28mm lens forever and deploy a 18-24mm lens?

3. ijuanp03

Posts: 721; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Wow! Motorola did a pretty good job especially the Moto G8 Power's camera hardware! Coming from the Motorola One Zoom, i find their cameras very fast and reliable unlike the past Motorola phones. Battery life is great on my phone but I'm sure it's way better in the G Power. Good job Moto!

9. Scott93274

Posts: 6044; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

I'm half tempted to buy this phone simply for the battery, though I don't think I'd use it as a phone, more likely just as a media device while traveling.

2. sportsinger75

Posts: 82; Member since: Nov 11, 2011

All of these budget Moto phones would be extremely enticing if they just bumped up the processors to something in like the SD 730G

7. disatrousrainbow

Posts: 73; Member since: Oct 24, 2015

But then their prices would go up which would defeat the approach Motorola is going for. I mean, $250 the SD 665 is nothing to sneeze at. Other phones in that price range (at least here in America) have way less capable hardware than that. Heck, it even has a much better GPU than the G7 its replacing, which started at $299.99. I think you're just wanting to have your cake and eat it too tbh.

8. ijuanp03

Posts: 721; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Exactly. Some people complain too much about SOC that they forget that these SD6XX devices are more powerful than flagship phones at least 5 yrs ago

1. sportsinger75

Posts: 82; Member since: Nov 11, 2011

What's with all these garbage SD 665 and 600-series phones releasing in 2020?

6. disatrousrainbow

Posts: 73; Member since: Oct 24, 2015

Could be because those processors *aren't* garbage but *are* inexpensive? My dad has a Z2 Play with an SD 626 and it still runs smoothly. It's obviously not cutting-edge, but still holds up really well for a phone nearing three years old, and it's also nowhere near the awful cost-cutting SD 450 they used for the G6. Now that's a garbage processor.

10. Duncdawg26

Posts: 196; Member since: Jan 20, 2017

Topping the SD632 phones from last year.

12. magnaroader

Posts: 79; Member since: Feb 25, 2016

Not everyone wants or needs a $1000 phone with extremely cutting edge LTE speeds and gaming grade gpus. Some people are happy just having a smooth experience in the OS and making calls. That's what's with the 600 Series phones.
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