New rumour suggests that Motorola is making a smartphone with a stylus


A new foldable device isn't enough for Motorola and if a new rumour is to be believed, the company is also working on multiple new smartphones. Among them is apparently a device that will feature a stylus pen, much like Samsung's Galaxy Note series. Let's check out what else this rumour has to say.

In a recent series of posts on Twitter, leakster Evan Blass revealed a render of a device that he claimed to be a stylus-equipped Motorola. This would be the brand's first for the Android space and certainly a rarity for brands that are not Samsung. As you can see from the image, it also shows that the stylus comes with two buttons. This suggests that it'll work as more than a mere pointing device and would likely house a small battery inside.

Besides that, there are a few things we can infer from the render given. First and most obviously, it has a front camera set under a punch-hole placed at the top-left corner of the screen. It also has a high screen-to-body ratio, as well as an audio jack at the bottom, if the slight indent there is an indication.

Blass has also mentioned that this isn't the Edge+ that he hinted at last week, which is why people believe that Motorola is working on multiple devices. However, he didn't provide any other info and there's no official news from Motorola, so do take his claims with a healthy pinch of salt.

Still, a Note-equivalent from Motorola could be a game changer for the company and one that we are interested to see come to fruition. What do you all think, will this help Motorola stand out? Do let us know on our Facebook page and stay tuned to for more news.