Motorola is working on a budget smartphone that would support 5G and has a smooth 90Hz screen. Other specifications have also been leaked.
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Motorola ‘Ibiza’ leaked: these are the specs
The news comes from the website TechnikNews, who writes that the upcoming Motorola smartphone is codenamed ‘Ibiza’. It would be a budget device with support for 5G, thanks to a new processor in the Snapdragon 400 series from Qualcomm. This consists of chips for cheaper Android devices. It may be the Snapdragon 480 processor, announced today (January 4, 2021).
We usually see 5G with more expensive smartphones, although cheaper Android phones that can handle the successor to 4G have also appeared in recent months. Consider, for example, Motorola’s own Moto G 5G and Moto G 5G Plus, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G and Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. It is unclear what the Ibiza should cost and what the device will really be called.
It is also striking that the unannounced Motorola smartphone would have a 90Hz screen. This means that the display is refreshed 90 times per second and therefore shows smoother images. It is unclear how big the screen is. It would have an LCD panel, HD resolution and notch.
More about the Motorola Ibiza
According to TechnikNews, the Motorola Ibiza also has a triple camera on the back. It would be a 48-megapixel primary camera, 5-megapixel macro lens for very close-up photos and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The latter helps in taking portrait photos with a depth of field effect. A 13 megapixel selfie camera is said to be on the front.
Finally, the smartphone probably has 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage space and a hefty 5000 mAh battery. The smartphone probably runs on the new Android 11, which is nice, because current Motorola budget devices have yet to get this update. Are you curious if your Motorola device will receive the update? Then check the Android 11 update plans from Motorola.
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