The smartphone runs on Android 11 out of the box. That’s not particularly impressive, we know. But we believe this isn’t the hardest pill to swallow, especially when you compare this phone’s specs with what you get from other devices for under $130.
Granted, we’ve seen the smartphone hit these record lows in the past. Most recently, it was discounted by 57% on Amazon this July. That means it could be some time before we see the phone drop to this unbeatable price again. So, we believe now’s a great time to treat yourself to a budget smartphone with great battery life and a built-in stylus.
There’s no denying it: you probably won’t feel like you’re transcending into another galaxy while this bad boy is in your hands. As we hinted earlier, the device isn’t trying to compete with the best players on the market. Rather, its purpose is to facilitate basic tasks and keep up with your pace.
Speaking about keeping up, this smartphone is advertised to last as much as two days on a single charge. While we haven’t been able to test its battery yet, we’ve tried what the Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) can do. This one has the same-sized battery and lasted us over a day on a single charge during the test period. If we’re to draw a comparison between the two, we’d say the Motorola phone should be just as promising on the battery front as its 5G-ready counterpart.