GeekBench is a website that helps users to measure the performance of their CPU and GPU. The users can check whether their CPU and GPU are delivering optimum performance and if not, what are the corrective measures that one needs to take. You can also compare your mobile device or desktop computer with devices that have recently been launched into the market and check if the technology they have needs an upgrade.
Since companies also use GeekBench to test their products and compare them with recently released devices in the market, one stumbles upon information about some upcoming electronic devices from different companies on the website at times. While such information is not easy to find, if you look around for some time, you might get your hands on some interesting.
Earlier in January, Technik News, a Germany-based publication, revealed the codenames of the soon-to-be-launched Motorola phones including Ibiza, Nio, and Capri. All the models are touted to be launched in the first quarter of 2021. Nio is a model that runs on the Snapdragon 865 processor. Capri and Capri Plus would probably be marketed as 4G midranges. The Motorola Ibiza is expected to have a Snapdragon 400-series 5G chipset.
A Motorola phone which is expected to be the Ibiza has been seen on the GeekBench’s database. This particular phone has the model number XT2137-2 and the motherboard features the Ibiza codename.
According to the information provided on the listing, the smartphone operates on the latest Android 11 and has been powered by an Octa-core Qualcomm processor. The processor is expected to be the Snapdragon 480 chipset which happens to be the lowest priced 5G chipset by Qualcomm. Till now, Oppo A93 5G and Vivo Y31s are the only devices launched in the market that feature a budget 5G SoC. The Ibiza model’s processor comes with 6GB of RAM.
As far as the GeekBench test is concerned, Motorola Ibiza managed to score 2,466 points in the single-core test run. In the multi-core test, it scored as high as 6,223 points. These tests were performed on GeekBench 4.
The details on the GeekBench database match the ones we had earlier found on Moto Ibiza’s listing on the database of the Wi-Fi Alliance. According to the WiFi alliance database, the phone runs Android 11 and has dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity.