Motorola Ibiza shows up on Geekbench running what appears to be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 SoC
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 chipset has mostly remained under wraps since its launch in early January 2021. It was, after all, intended for low-cost smartphones that often get overlooked. Following Oppo and Vivo's footsteps, even Motorola wants to launch a low-cost, 5G-ready smartphone powered by the SoC. It is codenamed the Motorola Ibiza, and it has made its first-ever Geekbench appearance with the model number XT2137-2.
Its single-core score of 2,466 and a multi-core score of 6,299 on Geekbench 4 (via Mysmartprice) reaffirms that Motorola Ibiza is running an entry-level Qualcomm SoC. The listing also tells us that this particular variant packs 6GB of RAM and runs Android 11 out of the box. An earlier report speculated that the Motorola Ibiza would come with an HD+ screen clocked at 90Hz.
The Motorola Ibiza bears all the markings of an affordable Motorola smartphone. However, it is hard to determine what its official name will be. We're probably looking at one of the entry-level variants of a new Moto G-branded device, presumably a part of the Moto G10 series.