Moto G Stylus 5G | 2022 | Unlocked | Made for US by Motorola | 8/256 GB | 50MP Camera | Steel Blue

(6 customer reviews)


Last updated on 17:40 Details
  • Carrier compatibility: AT&T: 4G, VoLTE, 5G support planned via MR, Verizon: 4G, VoLTE, Wifi calling, 5G support planned via MR, T Mobile: 5G sub6 SA/NSA, VoLTE, WiFi Calling, Video Calling, Tracfone: GSM, Spectrum: 5G sub6 NSA, VoLTE, WiFi Calling Does not support: Boost, U.S. Cellular, Republic Wireless, Tracfone (CDMA), Straight Talk Wireless (CDMA), Ting, Xfinity Wireless. For all carrier compatibility details – please check the product images in detail.Optical sensor resolution:50 megapixels.Maximum display resolution:1080×2460 pixels.Display Type:LTPS.Form_factor : Smartphone
  • Built-in creative stylus. Jot notes, edit photos, sketch artwork, and share hand-drawn animations with your friends on social media.
  • 50 MP camera system with OIS. Capture the moment from any angle and in any light—minus any unwanted motion blur.
  • 6.8″ Max Vision 120 Hz display. Expand your view and your creativity on a massive FHD+ display with a blazing-fast refresh rate.
  • Superfast 5G performance. Unleash the speed you need for faster downloads and streaming with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
  • Unbelievable battery life. Play games uninterrupted, binge-watch your favorite shows, and live stream continuously with a 5000 mAh battery.
  • Nighttime selfie cam. Shoot crystal clear selfies even in the dark thanks to Quad Pixel technology with 4x the low-light sensitivity.
  • Operating System: Android 12
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Moto G Stylus 5G (2022) offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz , 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • In-box: Moto G Stylus 5G (2022), Stylus Pen, 256 GB SD Card, 10W rapid Charger, USB Cable, Guides, SIM tool
Product Dimensions

6.69 x 2.99 x 0.35 inches

Device interface - primary




Included Components

USB Type-Ca, SIM Tray Ejector, Charger

Battery Power Rating



256 GB

Form Factor


Audio Jack

3.5 mm

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Other display features


Item Weight

7.6 ounces

Special Features

Touchscreen, Bluetooth Enabled, Video Calling, Fast Charging Support, Text/Messaging, Expandable Memory, Fingerprint Sensor, Smartphone, Built-In GPS, Mobile Hotspot Capability, Water Resistant



Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB-C Type

Wireless communication technologies

Cellular, Wi-Fi


8 GB


Android 12.0


1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Item model number


Date First Available

April 21, 2022

6 reviews for Moto G Stylus 5G | 2022 | Unlocked | Made for US by Motorola | 8/256 GB | 50MP Camera | Steel Blue

  1. C. D. Wiser

    When I first installed my TracFone SIM which works on the AT&T cellular system it appeared to only work on LTE. After a few weeks I did see it connect with 5G from my home occasionally but it would not consistent connect at 5G as it would revert to an LTE connection. Even when I drove to a larger town I only connected with LTE. I live in a very rural area though probably on the fringe of an area with 5G service.

    TracFone will require a Verizon SIM in the future due to being bought out by Verizon so I don’t know what service will be like at that time.

    Otherwise the phone works though I don’t see much difference than my two year old Motorola 4G LTE G Power phone I replaced. There are things that I actually preferred on my previous Motorola over this newer phone. After this purchase I could have actually just as well have kept using the G Power phone and not have upgraded to the Motorola 5G Stylus phone at all and have been satisfied but the older phone seemed to be getting buggy after two years of use.

    Transferring all settings and apps to the new phone from the old phone was pretty easy during the initial setup.

    Update. Recently I have gotten pretty consistent 5G connection nearly everywhere in my area where I wasn’t getting 5G service a month ago.

  2. Eve Ríos

    Me gustó que llegó antes del tiempo que marcaba en el envío y el teléfono muy bien
    Funciona correctamente

  3. Blade56989

    I would give this a 3.5 star if I could, but I thought a solid 3 was too low.

    I was in the market for a new phone, and I was looking for one with a NFC reader.
    But I wasn’t about to buy a 800+ Dollar moto edge for them to take away features like the headphone jack and Micro SD card slot.

    But as far as I could tell, non of their newer phones had an NFC chip without giving up those other features.
    I was about ready to give up and try searching other brands until they dropped this little gem a few months ago.
    It costs significantly less than the edge+, and it has all the features I was looking for in a phone without any tradeoffs! (At least on paper)

    Before I get into my main issue with this phone however, I will say every other aspect of this phone seemed great.
    Stylus is solid metal as well, nice quality.
    That said…

    The camera really was not impressive for me.
    Honestly speaking, it kinds sucked when put up against my expectations…

    I currently own a 2017 Moto g7 Power (12MP Single Camera), and before that a Droid Turbo 2 (21MP Single Camera).

    I used to love my Turbo 2, the camera was awesome!
    I was sad to give it up due to the failing battery, but the g7 while noticeable drop in camera quality, had an awesome battery!
    (Honestly, battery matters more to me than camera anyways.)

    When I found the Stylus 5G and noticed it had the same battery size as my current phone, plus all these features, I was super excited.
    But once I got the phone, the picture quality on the claimed 50MP camera was no better than the 12MP on my current one….

    I have 2 simple tests for this, take pictures of clouds, and take pictures of my pants.
    This tests both long distance and short distance image quality, and I judge it by how many details I can spot in the clouds, and how clear/easy it is to see the cloth pattern on my pants.

    Verdict: Barely any noticeable difference…
    Normally I wouldn’t be this critical of a phone, but for me to be able to notice a significant difference between 12MP Cam and a good 21MP Cam, but for a 12MP and a 50MP to be almost equal?…..
    Sorry, but the claims don’t match the results in my eyes.

    (Also tried multiple settings like Ultra Resolution and Pro mode, and even post editing. Didn’t Help)

    I do have a theory for why this might be happening though.
    This phone has a quad Pixel Feature.

    Quick Photography lesson:
    Photo sensors with larger Pixels sensors can absorb more light, allowing for better Night shots.
    That’s why a lot of newer cameras couldn’t take good night shots while a lot of older cameras did better.
    As the tech got smaller and more detailed, it gave up being able to absorb more light for night shots.

    That said:
    Quad Pixel Mode is a feature where the small pixels on a camera combine in groups of 4 to mix data and behave as if they’re one bigger pixel. (ergo: Quad Pixel)
    This allows for better shots in low light conditions.

    Long story short, I think the camera might be stuck in Quad Pixel Mode.
    50MP / 4 = 12.5MP

    When you look at that math, it makes sense why the phones camera’s have hardly any difference in quality.

    Problem is, I returned it for a replacement phone, and ran into the same issue…
    (That’s two phones that had bad cameras)

    I really want to love this phone, but I got my hopes to high for a ALL the features.
    And I didn’t really want to compromise when paying this much for a phone.
    So I returned the replacement.

    Hopefully this is just something software side that will be fixed later for other buyers.

    I did find another moto phone from last year that looks like it might fit my needs better.
    Even if the camera (108MP) is a quarter as good as it claims it will be better than this phone.
    And to top it off it’s 200$ cheaper and has a bigger battery.

  4. 1983

    This is by far the best phone I have ever bought. I had the earlier locked version of this phone and I was very impressed with it but it just did not have enough RAM and would occasionally stumble and lag, forcing me to restart it to clear the RAM up enough to let it function. This newer unlocked version has twice as much RAM and a much better chip set, so it does not lag and I do not have to restart it to clear the lag. It has all the good qualities I liked in the previous phone. The stylus makes my text messages accurate and efficient. The pre-installed Google Phone app has the built-in ability to screen incoming calls, so telemarketers and scam calls never get through to me anymore. It comes with visual voicemail as part of the app so I have a very easy time zipping through emails and I can save the ones I want to save and delete the ones I no longer want without having to listen to them in order. The text and MMS messaging app works flawlessly and even tells you when you texted a landline phone or the message can’t get through for some reason. And 5G works great on this phone, where it is available. It even comes with NFC so I can pay for things using my phone. The only thing it lacks is wireless charging. I hope future versions of this phone will offer it.

  5. roamsweb

    Pros: The description mentioned AT&T 4G comparability, when I went to an AT&T store to get a sim card, I found that it supports 5G fine.
    It has snappy performance and I have had no problems (yet).
    Screen is fairly sharp and performs well.
    Battery seems to last pretty good, although I usually top it off at night. A good feature is that it apparently protects against over-charging so I can plug it in every night and not worry about hurting the battery.

    Cons: I would prefer a smaller phone that fits with a case better in a shirt pocket.

    My old phone allowed me to set a different ringtone for each contact (so I could know who was calling before looking). This phone allows one ringtone for all calls.

    Like most phones, there is considerable unneeded apps, both from the google OS and some specific to Motorola. It took some time to remove or disable unneeded apps.

    Some minor apps that I had on my old LG phone is apparently not compatible with this phone. I had little problems finding alternates.

  6. Carlos Armando

    Confiaba en la calidad y potencia de los productos motorola, ahora tengo un producto del que me hace falta informacion y no he podido descubrir como se debe por falta de potencia ademas que lo tengo que cargar diario pues no dura la bateria

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