Of LG completely out of the mobile picture and Samsung’s popular Galaxy Note family rejected for good to make more room for the S22 Ultra giant in the high-end segment of the current smartphone market, it may seem like there are fewer options than ever for people who understand the benefits of a stylus.
But that’s true TCL came in recently, and that’s where Motorola really excels. Coincidentally or not, the brand owned by Lenovo ranked third in US handset shipments appears to have ramped up its pen-wielding smartphone manufacturing, marketing and distribution efforts following LG’s retirement and the death of the Galaxy Note series.
The undoubtedly popular mid-range Moto G Stylus roster has been expanded to include: not one but two different models in just the last few months, making this the ideal time to buy… an older member of the family.
That’s right, we’re here to bring you the 2020 and 2021 Moto G Stylus generations today, both of which are being sold by Woot for a limited time at insanely low prices, only in US unlocked variants. You have (less than) 24 hours to purchase these devices brand new, unused, unopened, undamaged and with a full 1-year manufacturer’s warranty for $149.99 and $179.99 respectively.
Both prices have been reduced from a suggested retail price of $299.99, and while you might think the newer edition is the automatically better choice, the older model actually comes with a more premium build that combines a plastic back and a rugged aluminum frame.
The all-plastic The Moto G Stylus (2021), meanwhile, is slightly more powerful and bigger, with a Snapdragon 678 processor under the hood and a 6.8-inch display in tow, although the latter isn’t necessarily an advantage over its more compact body. the 6.4-inch Moto G stylus (2020).
The two Android note-taking handsets share the exact same 4,000mAh battery, mind you, as well as an identical 4GB RAM count paired with 128 gigs of internal storage, meaning they’re definitely still up to the mark. best budget phones out there, especially at these new record low prices.