The Motorola Moto G50 could debut in Europe soon with a 90Hz display, Android 11 and 5G for just under US$280
A Spanish online store called ParaTuPC may have inadvertently confirmed pricing for the Moto G50, not to mention the fact that this phone does indeed exist and will launch in Europe soon. The site also reveals that this heretofore unheard-of Motorola phone has the model number XT2137-1, thereby possibly solving the mystery of where it has been until now.
The identifier has surfaced in previous leaks, alongside the code-name Ibiza. These tips pointed to a phone with 4 to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, details now backed up by this new ParaTuPC sales page (albeit only for the 4GB variant).
The XT2137's leaks also hint at a 90Hz display and Android 11 out of the box. It is also very possible the Moto G50 will launch with the Snapdragon 480 chipset, released by Qualcomm in order to offer 5G connectivity at a lower cost in 2021.
Thanks to this new leak, we now know that all these specs might go for around €229 (~US$274) sometime soon. It is now also likely the "Ibiza" will indeed join a Moto G series slated to range from the cost-effective G10 (and G10 Power) to the new possible flagship G100 this year.