The Moto G Power (picture above) is official with its 6.4-inch display with FHD+ plus resolution the company calls Max Vision display. It brings a versatile triple-camera system consisting of a 16MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle (118° FoV) lens, as well as a “Macro Vision” camera with 5X zoom.
The selfie shooter is a 16MP unit, that lives inside the punch-hole on the top left.
Running Android 10, the Moto G Power also features a huge 5,000mAh battery (hence its name, Power), like the reports suggested, and Dolby® tuned stereo speakers. It is powered by the Snapdragon 665 chip, paired with 4GB of memory and 64GB of expandable storage.
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The Moto G Stylus, on the other hand, while bringing the same display, it switches up the camera system a bit. You now have a 48MP main sensor with Quad Pixel technology, a dedicated action camera with 117° (FoV) ultra-wide-angle videos, and the Macro Vision camera with 5X zoom. The front camera is identical to the G Power.
Additionally, there are dual stereo speakers, and a 4,000mAh battery, but the main selling point is the built-in stylus itself. This is actually the company’s first phone to feature a stylus.
It comes in pair with the new Moto Note app, for all your note taking and doodling needs. If you’re a gamer, Moto Gametime will offer you an interruption free gaming experience.
The G Stylus runs on the same chip as the G Power, features the same amount of memory, but takes the storage up to 128GB, expandable.
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The Moto G Power will set you back $249.99, while the Moto G Stylus goes for $299.99. They will be available this Spring at Motorola.com, B&H Photo, Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart.