The $300 Moto G Stylus and $250 Moto G Power are now available for pre-order

Moto G Stylus 2020 Hands On
Moto G Stylus 2020 Hands On (Image credit: Joe Maring / Android Central)

What you need to know

  • Pre-orders are now live for the Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power.
  • Official sales begin on Thursday, April 16.
  • The G Stylus costs $300 while the G Power is going for $250.

This past February, Motorola unveiled its latest budget Android offerings in the form of the Moto G Stylus and Moto G Power. We were able to go hands-on with the devices and get a first look at what they're bringing to the table, but at the time, no info was available regarding their price or availability.

Today, that's changing. As of April 1, 2020, the Moto G Stylus (opens in new tab) and G Power (opens in new tab) are both available for pre-order from Motorola's website. The Stylus will set you back $300 while the Power costs slightly less at $250.

Moto G Power 2020 Hands On

Source: Joe Maring / Android Central (Image credit: Source: Joe Maring / Android Central)

Doing a quick recap on the new Moto G phones, both come equipped with a 6.4-inch Full HD+ display, Snapdragon 665 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and expandable storage. The G Stylus gets more internal storage at 128GB compared to the G Power's 64GB, but the Power takes the lead in battery capacity with a 5,000 mAh unit compared to the 4,000 mAh battery in the Stylus.

As the name suggests, the Moto G Stylus also comes with a free stylus. You can use it for taking handwritten notes, drawing, etc., and there's a built-in slot for storage when you don't need it.

Following pre-orders, official sales begin on April 16. If you want to buy the phones unlocked, they'll be available at Best Buy, B&H, Walmart, and Amazon. As for carrier availability, the G Stylus is heading to Verizon, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Republic Wireless, and Ting. If you're after the G Power, you'll be able to find it at Verizon, U.S. Cellular, Consumer Cellular, Google Fi, Republic Wireless, and Xfinity Mobile.

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

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  • Had the g7 power for about a week and found out it had Bluetooth bike would connect to it, but that was it. I had no artist or album info on my screen, and no control to switch songs from my handlebar controls. Had no complaints about the device otherwise, but no music control was a huge pissed and threw it in the street at a red light. Hopefully they fixed that with this new one, I'll have to look into it.