Motorola One Fusion+ launched: Quad rear cameras, pop-up selfie camera, and 5000 mAh battery for just €300
Motorola has now debuted a new phone in its Motorola One series. The phone, the Motorola One Fusion+ fits in right above the Moto G series, as a mid-range offering that doesn't break the bank.
The Motorola One Fusion+ sports a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD. It's a 60 Hz panel but offers HDR10 support. Like the Motorola One Hyper, the Fusion+ has a mostly bezel-less display. There are no screen intrusions in the form of a notch or hole punch; instead, the phone features a pop-up camera. There is, however, something of a chin, so it's not exactly bezel-less.
At the rear of the phone is a quad-rear camera setup: a 64 MP main shooter, an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5 MP macro lens, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The selfie camera is a 16 MP sensor, housed within the aforementioned pop-up mechanism. It has an LCD, which makes it unlikely to feature an under-display fingerprint reader. Instead, it gets a traditional rear-mounted capacitive sensor.
Under the hood is a Snapdragon 730; not a Snapdragon 730G. 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage complete the machinery. The Motorola Fusion+ gets its juice from a 5000 mAh battery. Sadly, fast charge tops out at 15 W, which is surely a tad too slow for such a big battery, especially seeing as the Snapdragon 730 supports Quick Charge 4+. There's a 3.5mm jack, an FM receiver, and MicroSD support. NFC is missing, however.
The Motorola One Fusion+ is expected to launch in Europe later this month with a €300 price tag. It's unknown if it'll ever make its way across the pond to the US.