Prior to this, OnLeaks shared a well-known overseas whistleblower Steve Hemmerstoffer renders of a Motorola smartphone codenamed Denver, showing a unique design. We could see that the smartphone is expected to adopt a rear-mounted fingerprint recognition solution, with a stylus inside. Now, TechnikNews says that the official name of this phone is expected to be the Moto G Stylus 2021.

Motorola Denver

The source said that this phone should come with a Snapdragon 480 processor, which uses a 2 large core + 6 small core design. The highest frequency is 2.0GHz. The phone will support 5G signals. This SoC recently appeared on the Moto G50. It will also come with 4GB of memory, 64GB or 128GB of storage, and have a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Motorola Denver is expected to feature a 48MP main camera, which uses the Samsung S5KGM1ST CMOS. But there will also be an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens (Samsung S5K4H7), a 5MP macro lens and a 2MP depth of field lens (OmniVision OV02B1B). The selfie camera will be hosted in a single hole on the front and have a 16-megapixel resolution (OmniVision OV16A1Q). There’s no concrete info on the smartphone’s display but it could flaunt an FHD+ panel like the previous Moto G Stylus devices.

Motorola Denver

At present, smartphones equipped with stylus pens are very rare. Moreover, there has been not entry-level smartphone coming with a stylus. However, OnLeaks is sure that the phone will come with it. Plus, it will be available in three colors: blue, red, and gray. Though no certain date has been mentioned, the phone should hit the market within the year.

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