The wing company has been quite active for the past few weeks, a trend that has continued with the Motorola One Fusion +, a mid-range smartphone that shares a catalog with the Moto G Fast and Motorola Moto G Pro, since they all point to the mid-range.
The Motorola One Fusion + is presented with a rather interesting design that is certainly not common in the mid-range sector. If you look at the images you will notice that the screen edges have been reduced significantly, and that the front camera has been integrated into the smartphone to completely remove any notch or island on the screen.
As most of our readers will know, other manufacturers integrate the camera into “floating” circular islands, although some continue to resort to the classic upper notch, either horizontally in the so-called “drop of water.” Apple, and its iPhone 11, is one of the best examples.
On the Motorola One Fusion + the camera is mounted on a retractable system located in the upper left part of the terminal. When we activate the camera application to take a selfie (selfie), the system is activated and the camera goes outside, and when we are not using it, it closes and is “hidden” inside the terminal.
Motorola has taken care of the design of this terminal. We have a classic but well executed line, a clean front with a finished all screen very attractive, thanks to the retractable camera system that we have mentioned, and in the back we find a configuration of four cameras that has been integrated in a quite discreet way next to the fingerprint reader. The Motorola One Fusion + chassis is made of plastic, on the back it has a layer of this material, and on the front we have glass.
Motorola One Fusion + Specifications
We already know what this terminal offers from the outside, now let’s get to know it inside.
6.5-inch screen with IPS panel and resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels.
Snapdragon 730 SoC with eight-core CPU in two blocks, one two-core Kryo 470 Gold at 2.2 GHz and six cores Kryo 470 Silver at 1.8 GHz.
GPU Adreno 618.
6 GB of RAM.
128 GB of expandable storage capacity.
Four 64 MP (main), 8 MP (wide angle), 5 MP (macro) and 2 MP (depth sensor) rear cameras.
16 MP retractable front camera.
5,000 mAh battery with quick recharge.
Android 10 as operating system.
Measurements and weight: 162.9 x 76.4 x 9.6 mm, 210 grams.
Fingerprint reader on the back, 4G, Wi-Fi 5 and 3.5mm jack connector.
The Motorola One Fusion + brings quite an interesting setup In terms of hardware, there’s no question about that, but what about the price? It is an important topic since, as many of our readers will know, the mid-range has become one of the most popular, and therefore one of the most competitive.
This time I think Motorola has done its homework, since the Motorola One Fusion + will have a sale price of 299.99 euros, a more than reasonable figure taking into account what it offers and what we can currently find in the market in that price range. We don’t have its final release date yet, but it’s clear that its arrival should be imminent, as it has been announced in Germany.