Motorola is expected to release the One Fusion and the One Fusion+ smartphones in the coming months.
Well-known tipster Evan Blas unveiled a lot of information about the launch of the two smartphones back in April. Now, a report emerged and revealed some features of the Motorola One Fusion+ and Motorola One Fusion, and hinted at a June launch for both smartphones. Here are the latest details.
Motorola One Fusion Features and Specs
The Motorola One Fusion will arrive with a 6.52-inch HD+ display, with a 20:9 aspect ratio, and a resolution of 720×1,600. The smartphone will house a Snapdragon 710 chipset, paired with 3GB and 6GB RAM, 64GB, and 128GB of internal storage.
As for the camera, the device will sport a rear-mounted camera module, which includes a 48MP Samsung GM1 primary sensor, a 2MP shooter, a 5MP camera, and an 8MP lens. It will also comprise an 8MP front camera.
Motorola One Fusion is said to come with a 5,000mAh battery. It is still unknown if the smartphone will support fast charging. There are no details yet about the price tag. However, Motorola One Fusion will be shipped in black and blue color variants.
Motorola One Fusion+ Features and Specs
Motorola One Fusion+ will flaunt a 6.53-inch IPS LCD with a notch-less design, a 19:5:9 aspect ratio, and a 1080×2,340 pixel resolution. The smartphone resembles the Motorola Hyper smartphone (released back in December 2019), in terms of design.
Under the hood, the smartphone is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 730 chipset, paired with 4GB and 6GB RAM options. The device will be shipped in 64GB and 128GB storage versions. Motorola One Fusion+ is also expected to arrive with a 5,000mAh battery.
As for the camera, the One Fusion+ is believed to pack a quad-camera module on the rear panel. The camera module will comprise a 64MP Samsung GW1 primary sensor. On the front side, the device will have a pop-up selfie camera.
According to a Polish website, Motorola One Fusion+ will arrive with a price tag of PLN 1,399/$356.
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