TracFone Motorola Moto g Stylus, 128GB, Blue – Prepaid Smartphone (Locke

(4 customer reviews)


Last updated on 17:07 Details
  • Capture perfect photo moments in any situation with the innovative quad camera system on the Motorola moto g Stylus in Twilight Blue, available at a great price from Tracfone.
  • 6.8″ FHD+ Max Vision Display; Android 11; Octa-Core Processor; 5,000mAh battery; Face Unlock; Fingerprint Reader; 90Hz refresh rate
  • 128GB Internal Memory (expandable to 512GB); 4GB RAM; 50MP Rear + 8MP Ultra Wide + 2MP Depth Cameras; 16MP Front Camera; 5G Capable
  • Carrier: This phone is locked to Tracfone, which means this device can only be used on the Tracfone wireless network.
  • Unlimited Talk, Text and Data plans starting as low as $20/month
Product Dimensions

2.98 x 0.36 x 6.6 inches

Other camera features

Rear, Front

Country of Origin




Included Components

Phone, Charger, Activation Guide, Cable

Battery Power Rating




Form Factor


Device interface - primary

Touchscreen with Stylus Support

Item Weight

1.02 pounds

Other display features


Connectivity technologies


Wireless communication technologies



50 GB


Android 11.0


1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number


Date First Available

May 1, 2022

4 reviews for TracFone Motorola Moto g Stylus, 128GB, Blue – Prepaid Smartphone (Locke

  1. Warren Hargis

    What I like: 128 gb of storage, and 4 gb of ram; big battery (but battery life doesn’t seem all that good so far).

    What I don’t like: it’s too darn big. But almost everything is these days. Maybe smaller phones will come back into vogue someday.

  2. Big Tuna

    It’s a piece of garbage works like them absolute trash. I spent $160 on nothing that a $10 phone is just as good at. It’s all a bunch of s*** the camera sucks the phone sucks Motorola sucks and I’m very sorry that I got this phone it was absolute piece of s*** I’ll get my next phone and then I’ll burn this one on the grill 😈😈😈😈😈😈😈

  3. Bethalina Seitz

    It’s a heavier phone than I’m used to but I like it.

  4. L

    Right off the bat, there were problems because my phone thought I was in China. I manually changed it, and so far so good. The camera is not nearly as good as the older model, even though it boasts more megapixels. It does not have fast charging… takes many hours to charge up. But my main gripe is the battery life. I do have bluetooth and 4G enabled, (but after all, it is a cellphone). But the phone that boasts of 2 day battery life is draining right in front of my eyes. I must once again carry a battery pack with me at all times.

    All I can think to explain this is the chip shortage. (Labor shortage…in China?) Perhaps they are using older, repurposed components, and this sad phone is the best they can do with the materials at hand. Anyhow, I will limp along with the older model and wait for things to (hopefully) improve.

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