Motorola announced the Moto G10 and the Moto G30 smartphones in India a few days back. And it looks like the company is preparing up for the launch of yet another smartphone in the G-series, which could be the Motorola Ibiza (aka Moto G50) soon. The Moto G50 had gained the required Bluetooth SIG and TUV certification last week. Now, the Motorola Ibiza (aka Moto G50) has appeared in the 3C certification database, implying us that its launch is imminent. Let’s check out details revealed by 3C certification ahead:
Motorola ibiza aka Moto G50 Gets 3C Certified
If we go by the Motorola Ibiza 3C listing, we can see that the device is listed with model number XT2137-2. The phone appears to be having a 5G connectivity support and a 10W fast-charging capability, as revealed by 3C certification. According to report by TechnikNews, the Motorola Ibiza is the codename of the phone internally, which will launch as the Moto G50 first in Europe. As far as the leaked specs of the handset go, it is expected to sport a HD+ display with 720 x 1600 resolution which might offer a 90Hz refresh rate. The phone is reportedly going to feature a waterdrop notch display.
Powering the Moto G50 could be a 5G CPU from Qualcomm’s 400 series. The CPU is said to be as the SM4350, and its built on the ‘Holi’ board. On the software side of things, we can expect the G50 to run Android 11 out of the box. The Moto G50 is expected to pack 4GB of RAM, and it might ship with 128GB of internal storage.
In terms of imaging, the G50 is said to feature a triple-camera setup that might consist of a 48MP primary camera. The rear camera is said to incorporate another 5MP lens and a 2MP macro camera. For the selfies and video-calling, the G50 might sport a 13MP camera. The phone will have Bluetooth 5.1 support, as it was revealed by Bluetooth SIG certification last week. The TÜV Rheinland certification even had mentioned that the G50 will pack a 4850mAh battery that might have a 20W fast charging support.
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