Motorola has been on fire ever since 2021 started, debuting a whole new generation of Moto G devices. They started with Moto G10 and Moto G30 and tomorrow we should see the Moto G100 debuting. Now there’s another familiar face, Motorola Moto G50, which has just been certified by TENAA and also rendered.
You may know this phone under the name Motorola Ibiza, but officially it’s going to be Motorola Moto G50. It adopts the old school teardrop notch, as well as a big chin.The back side feels like a throwback to older Honor X pones, while the camera is in keeping with the 2020 Moto G designs. It’s actually not very far from the Moto G30 design, with a more modest camera area. This is supposed to be one of those big battery budget phones, that hides a 13 megapixel selfie camera in the V shaped notch. It should also bring a triple back camera with a 5 MP Macro shooter, a 2 MP Bokeh cam and LED flash.
The main camera is most likely a 48 MP shooter. Moto G50 uses a fingerprint sensor placed at the back and comes with a 3.5 mm audio jack, an USB-C port at the bottom and a Snapdragon 480 CPU. 4 GB of RAM And 128 GB of storage are in the cards as well. Expect a 5000 mAh battery with only 10W of charging though. It runs on Android 11. We have no info concerning the screen, but we expect it to be a 6.5-6.7 inch LCD with 90 Hz refresh rate, much like the Moto G30 has. The retail price is said to be around 230 to 250 euros.
We’re also expecting clean and stock Android 11 with Moto UX on top.