Motorola One Fusion range starts its global rollout
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Motorola’s latest pair of mid-range smartphones have hit the market aiming to find the sweet spot between performance and price. The new devices sport the standard ‘One’ series design language and look virtually identical on the rear. The Fusion+ can be identified by its notchless 6.5-inch Full HD+ LCD display and pop-up camera while the regular Fusion comes with a teardrop style selfie camera notch cut into its HD+ 6.5-inch LCD display.
The models are also differentiated by their performance and cameras. The Fusion+ picks up an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 with Adreno 618 iGPU matched with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The cheaper Fusion is fitted with an octa-core Snapdragon 710 mated to 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. Both support microSD card expansion and feature 5,000 mAH batteries to keep things powered all day.
The Fusion+ is fitted with a 64 MP sensor with quad-pixel binning tech for four times better low light performance. Taking advantage of this is a new Night Vision mode. The main sensor is joined by a 118-degree ultra-wide lens and a Macro Vision lens with twice the industry standard resolution and the ability to get you five times closer to your subject. The standard Fusion steps down to a 48 MP main shooter but it still picks the quad-pixel approach but misses out on the Night Vision tech along with the same two companion rear shooters.
The Motorola Fusion+ is available now for €299 in selected European markets and India while the Fusion is now available in Latin America. Both will start reaching other markets in the near future.