In terms of smartphones with a stylus, nothing can really beat the sheer popularity and interest the Samsung Galaxy Note Series has had in the past decade or so. Which is likely why with what Motorola has possibly come up with, it looks like things are about to take an interesting turn.
Well known leakster Evan Blass has revealed a rendered image of a Motorola smartphone with a stylus. The render reveals fairly thin side bezels, a chin that's a bit on the thick side (possibly for the stylus) and a punch-hole camera in the upper-left corner. It's possible that the stylus is meant to be slotted on the bottom left of the device, while Samsung's S Pen slots into the bottom right of the Galaxy Note.
There’s a slight indent at the bottom left of the device, whereas Samsung’s S Pen typically slots into the bottom right of the Galaxy Note. In terms of design, it looks quite similar to how the recent Moto smartphones look like, which is why despite the rumours stating that this could be the Motorola Edge+, Evan insists it's unlikely.
There's also no word yet on when this will be official, or even if it's real to begin with. But for now, it would be interesting to see more devices that can rival the Samsung Galaxy Note series, seeing as how it remains the top of the stylus-with-smartphones devices in the market.