Motorola is expected to unveil the G Stylus (2021) any time now, and we saw images of the phone twice. Now, the successor to the Moto G Pro (sold as G Stylus at some markets) appeared on Geekbench, revealing a bit more about its internals.
The Geekbench 5.2 results are 542 on the single-core trial and 1,650 on the multi-core test. The chipset listed as “Qualcomm”, but further investigation say it has an Adreno 612 GPU, meaning it is the Snapdragon 678. The listing also revealed 4GB RAM and, somewhat disappointingly, Android 10.
The phone is said to have four cameras, an LCD with a punch hole in the upper left corner, and a stylus. However, we’re still trying to figure out whether the Amazon leak or the OnLeaks render the real one – or is if it’s just the case of the phone having two different versions.