For the money paid ($86, Boost USA) this phone's fantastic, Its possibly the only phone in its price range with 3GB of RAM, the processor is more than capable, and the triple camera and moto actions are a welcome addition
I decided to upgrade my phone from an galaxy a20 to the Moto g stylus and I'm glad I did it only cost me $179 that's a great deal it's hitting the specs
Scarecrow, 13 Jun 2020FM radio is included with this phone. It includes ability to scan for stations out of the box... moreThank you for your clarification of ~ Unspecified ~ as this is a dealbreaker for me, because no data is used while listening to some tunes and getting much needed emergency reports.
I like this phone. You can even play the good games on it unofficially that normally only work on iPhones, etc. I am into what this phone can do but the price I paid around $300 for doesn’t satisfy me because it lacks Android Pay, lacks wireless charging and can’t connect to TVs via hdmi cable. So what I am paying for is Ram 4096, 128gb of storage and hyper gaming ability but I miss the pay capabilities my iPhone and LG phone has. So, I’m ultimately not happy with the phone. It also is weak the signal when using At&TAnd I hope MetroPCS is okay.
The camera is awesome. It does everything the iPhone does in that department but it has to have the right features for its price.
The phone has not one time yet crashed or failed to operate in any way. The speed is consistent and reliable and that’s why I still use it now. I wish it had google pay.
Other than that, an excellent phone
Unbelievable phone for under 300!! Why anyone would spend 500 or more for a phone with this much internal memory; 128gb, and 4gb of rom, 48 mega pixel camera, and a stylus, is simply amazing. It's no wonder why it's number one selling android on Amazon...
noname, 07 Jul 2020That's a shallow answer and one with a long line of history to negate your claim. The com... moreMotorola Mobility is based in the US and operates as a US company. It sells phones all over the world. China is a manufacturing center due to it's technology and low costs. It has never been shown that Motorola is involved in any activities on behalf of the Chinese government, nor has Lenovo, for that matter. The "spyware' incident you are referring to years ago had nothing to do with the Chinese government. The Chinese government doesn't need hardware manufacturers to collaborate in data collection, there are plenty of apps which do that just fine. There are also plenty of American and other companies who are extremely willing to not only export technology to China but extremely willing to collaborate withe the Chinese government's information control and repression of it's own citizens.
007, 13 Jul 2020Did you fail to read the specs on the page? The G Stylus takes microSD and other storage.Had the phone for about 2 days now so far I like it really surprised how much memory it has didn't think it had a hundred and 20 gigs I was only expecting 30 I like that has fast charging how big is screen is how fast your phone is so far I'm impressed
citycowboy702, 11 Jul 2020No adoptive storage? This is a deal breaker. If I can't format my sdcard as internal memo... moreDid you fail to read the specs on the page? The G Stylus takes microSD and other storage.
It's a good phone, but don't buy it for the stylus. The stylus itself sucks. I've been trying to use it and when I write with it the lines are dashed because it doesn't work right. It also takes pressure to press anything on the screen.
No adoptive storage? This is a deal breaker. If I can't format my sdcard as internal memory, I'll just seek other avenues. Too restrictive.
Wish I did a test drive I'm no techie and not a fan my prior LG 6
Got moto just for built in hotspot since Tmobile was real crap
Now Verizon - Never really used stylus before so not likely And Fingerprints definitely Will Not happen Impossible to return to prior page. And page you're on will disappear extremely easily
So for me Moro G stylus Not User Friendly
Ben, 23 Apr 2020It's unfortunate that there's people that are so shallow minded as to be bigoted against a com... moreThat's a shallow answer and one with a long line of history to negate your claim. The communist dictatorship of Red China is no friend to American consumers, much less the American way of life. It will use every and any means at its disposal to undermine and harm our people and our country. I'm not referring to the Chinese people; I am referring to the Red Chinese government. They are privacy invaders and data stealers. They want to bring us down through information and networking and hacking, and they will stop at nothing to do so. While I have never heard of Motorola participating in those activities, many Chinese telcoms, some owned in part or outright by the Red Chinese government, have participated, including Lenovo, now the parent company of Motorola, in these illicit activities, usually via secret software installed on a computer, tablet, or phone.
Some American corporations are following the Red Chinese model, and I would argue Google is no friend to American consumers either. What does it say when you buy a phone but you cannot determine what is or is not on your phone? Tech magazines, tech websites, and tech bloggers and commentators (as well as marketing materials) laud Google every time a new version of the Android OS comes out, using it as a selling point. Yet with each iteration comes more restrictions on the consumer, the owner of the phone. You can't do this any more. You can't do that any more. It's a snow job, and Google is spying on you, too, though they are not alone among American corporations.
It's not bigotry to be wary of a government that wishes you ill and the products it uses to monitor and ultimately control you. Take off your rose-colored glasses. Caveat Emptor.
FM radio is included with this phone. It includes ability to scan for stations out of the box (no additional app needed).
the_virus, 23 Apr 2020No fast charging, you must be joking moto.I have this phone and it most definitely has fast charging.