With the exception of tablets, there are not many devices left on the market that support the use of a capacitive stylus, especially not ones that provide space for the accessory itself. On the other hand, Motorola is still trying to offer an affordable alternative to the Galaxy Note/S22 Ultra models, but with stylus support, with the G Stylus series.
According to exclusive information from 91mobiles, the new pencil is currently codenamed Moto Geneva, model number XT2315 and, like this year’s series, it is expected to be available in 4G and 5G-capable versions. Both are equipped with a maximum of 6 GB of system memory and 256 GB of internal storage, and based on Evan Blass’ renders, we can expect two cameras on the back and a camera hole in the display. In other words, they can count on North America, because the device will appear there, presumably exclusively.