Motorola on Monday has announced Motorola One Fusion Plus, and it looks promising, at least on the paper. One of the mobile phone giants of the past, Motorola is not having a very good time with its lineup of smartphones. And we have seen how their G series went from being the budget king to disappear from the front view. Motorola Edge Plus is a flagship from the company after a long time, but neither fared well to compete with the current industry leaders.
Motorola announced Motorola One Fusion Plus on its website and will be available sometime this month in Europe and is priced €300. We currently have no information regarding the availability or the pricing of the smartphone in the US and other countries but will update once the details are released. The device is available in Moonlight White and Twilight Blue.
Motorola One Fusion Plus: Specifications
The phone sports a 6.5-inch notch-less display, thanks to the popup selfie camera. The screen is Full HD+ IPS LCD and has HDR10 support, a nice offering in the price segment. It has a plastic body, which might be a dealbreaker to some, but I think it is okay in a durability perspective.
Motorola One Fusion Plus packs a quad-camera system with a 64MP primary sensor, which will take 16MP pictures on default using pixel binning. It has an 8MP Ultra-wide angle, a 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. The popup mechanism houses a 16MP sensor for selfies. Overall it is decent and is similar to the offerings of the similarly priced smartphones.
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Under the hood, the Motorola One Fusion Plus is powered by the 8nm Snapdragon 730 paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB of in-built storage. You can expand it up to 1TB, thanks to the MicroSD slot. The chipset is capable enough and even is power efficient than the flagship Snapdragon 845 due to the 8nm architecture. The 5000mAh battery paired with USB-C port and 15W fast charging will be more than sufficient to the device for over two days, claims Motorola.
Fortunately, the headphone jack is still present, and for security, you have the good old capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. There is also a dedicated button for Google Assistant, and we hope it is mappable.
By looking at the spec sheet, Motorola seems to have done a better job this time with specs. For further details, we have to wait for the Motorola One Fusion Plus to hit the market.
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