With the upcoming new launch of Moto G Stylus, it now only becomes more apparent that there are few phones on the market with the styluses built into them for more and better precise inputs. As it also stands, the frontrunners are LG’s ongoing line on the stylus-packed phones, which is capped off by the LG Stylo 5, and also the Samsung’s Galaxy Note series most recently led by the new Galaxy Note 10.
If the people are looking for smartphones that are packed with the stylus, then their options are truly limited. Here we are to make clear that what is said by comparing the budget-friendly LG Stylo 5, then the mid-tier Moto G Stylus and the premium Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
First Comes The Price
Of course, while the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 easily takes the lead in every category, this is just because all of us know that it is a premium phone with a price tag of 949 dollars.
That is an astronomical leap from the prices of the Moto G Stylus and the LG Stylo 5. LG’s devise is the cheapest of the bunch of the retail price of the 249 dollars that also dips to the 199 dollars or even lower with the carrier activation, but while the Moto G Stylus comes as just a 20% uptick to around 299 dollars.
The Design Of The Phones
The LG Stylo 5 shows its budget status in its design. The phone has the thickest bezels above and as well as below the display. But there is no fancy glass, and also the single-camera which is on the rear does not stand out as much. That said, it also does offer a touch of premium with its new aluminum frame.
It has also kept with the times by opting for a USB-C port for its charging instead of a micro USB port, with some of the budgeted handsets still feature.