A new leak may spill the Motorola One Fusion Plus' internal specs
The most eye-catching aspect of the Motorola One Vision is probably its 21:9 display with a single punch-hole camera. However, its apparently upcoming Plus variant reportedly eschews this spec for a more traditional waterdrop-style notch, although this screen's size does not differ from its sibling. Then again, its latest leak gives more clues as to how it distinguishes itself.
The original One Vision has the Exynos 9609 chipset; however, should a new listing on Geekbench 5 prove valid, its Plus counterpart is going with a Qualcomm processor instead. It is described as "trinket", the code-name for the Snapdragon 665. It may be paired to 4GB of RAM in the One Vision Plus.
Nevertheless, it is hard to see how this is a Plus-worthy upgrade. The 665 and Exynos 9609 are somewhat similar in terms of maximum clock-speed - not to mention age. In addition, the original One Vision also has 4GB of RAM. Despite this additional evidence of its existence, the One Vision Plus lacks official confirmation from Motorola.