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The Mediterranean code names for the new family of Motorola mobiles continue ... What's so special about the new Moto Ibiza?

Motorola continues to play with the code names of its next smartphones, and is that after having met the Motorola Nio and the Motorola Capri, in addition to its promised model with Snapdragon 888, the classic American firm, now owned by Lenovo, returns to throw the Mediterranean for sidelong show us a Motorola Ibiza that would compete in the mid-range.

In fact, the smartphone that GizmoChina colleagues showed us just a few hours ago is accompanied by the possibility of brand new new Qualcomm Snapdragon 4 series chipsets, still unpublished hardware and that would confirm the close collaboration that Motorola and the San Diego chip manufacturer have had for some time.

New Motorola Ibiza we have the first leaked image plus some key details about your datasheet, which would speak of Motorola's first affordable 5G mobile According to sources that even confirm the model code of the terminal: Motorola XT-2137.

Motorola Ibiza

This would be the Motorola Ibiza, the new basic range of the American firm.

Everything we know about the new Motorola Ibiza

As we have been commenting, the first thing that has transpired about this new Motorola terminal is that will have the new Qualcomm Snapdragon SM4350 5G chipset, codenamed 'Holi', launching what could be the new generation of the Qualcomm Series 4 with 5G connectivity and more affordable prices.

In terms of design, as you have seen it would be a more traditional mobile including a notch water drop shaped front, where the 13-megapixel Samsung S5K3I6 camera would be installed to capture selfies above the panel, a screen of unknown technology but with HD + resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate for the best experience with the software.

The memory configuration would be 4 GB for RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, where Android 11 would be installed, alive thanks to a large 5,000 mAh battery which we assume will include fast charging of some kind.

The main chamber would be triple, with a 48 megapixel Samsung S5KGM1ST sensor, another Samsung S5K5E9 5 megapixel macro lens and one last sensor depth which will measure the OmniVision Origin Depth (OV02B1B) with just 2 megapixels.

For now, we do not know the commercial name of this Motorola Ibiza, which should be one of the cheapest 5G mobiles on the market when it is introduced throughout this first quarter of 2021 ... Motorola will have to be tracked, because it seems to have a lot in the oven!