Motorola's "Ibiza" may launch soon as a phone with Android 11 and Wi-Fi 5
First Capri, now Ibiza: it seems Motorola has picked a very specific, European-island theme for its forthcoming Android phones. The first might refer to variants of the Moto G (2021) series; now, the second may be ready to launch soon following a new certification.
The Motorola "Ibiza" initially popped up in a TechnikNews x Adam Conway post that linked it to the Qualcomm SM4350 processor, which later proved to be the Snapdragon 480 that might bring much more cost-effective 5G access in the coming year.
The leakers also assert that it will join 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage in the Ibiza. The phone was also slated to have triple rear cameras with a 48MP main shooter and a 5000mAh battery. It might be expected to drive a screen with a 90Hz refresh rate.
This spec might be welcome in what is shaping up to be a distinctly budget phone; however, it will apparently be present in a non-OLED HD+ display. The Ibiza is thought to have the model number XT2137, which has just appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance database as an a/b/g/n/ac device that runs Android 11. Then again, these new details still fail to point to an exact launch date for the so-called Ibiza phone.