Image Credits: @motofans .mx

Motorola One fusion which is the standard version of the more powerful Motorola One Fusion Plus has been now spotted online by the folks at xda-developers. The device moto One Fusion here is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 (8-cores) and paired with a modest 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage capacity.

Apart from that, the device carries the same 6.5-inch IPS TFT LCD display, however here it is maxed out at just 720p Plus that’s HD+ resolution. Like the more premium Moto One Fusion Plus, the normal version of One Fusion family skips on the Popup-camera trickery to keep costs down.

Moto One Fusion Specs, Price, Camera 

Update: 22/06/2020: A new exclusive render has emerged showcasing the Motorola One Fusion with its water-drop notch and possibly top-front-firing speaker.

Image Credits: @motofans .mx
  • Snapdragon 710 or 712 processor octa-core 2.2GHz
  • Adreno 616 GPU
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB/128GB Storage with sd-card support up to 512GB
  • 48 MP primary shooter (quad/triple camera setup)
  • 8MP front camera
  • HD+ display
  • Price of One fusion under 15K (12k to 15K | $175 to $190 USD)

Instead, you get a tear-drop notch housing an 8 MP front camera with also probably night-mode. While on the rear Motorola doesn’t discount you much here and has thrown in a quite healthy 48 MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright GM1 which is quite capable. Along with that 48 MP main shooter, it will also be joined by 5MP Telephoto, 8MP wide-angle, and 2MP depth sensors.

Image Credits: xda-developers. com

The same 5,000 mAh battery is here on the One Fusion from the Plus variant and will probably come with a 15W turbocharger instead of an 18W.

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However, as seen on the moto one fusion plus, the Indian variant is expected to come with a Snapdragon 712 instead of the 710 on top of that a 128GB model could also be launched alongside the base 64GB variant.

Pricing of the Motorola One Fusion is expected to be super aggressive and will range from 11K to 13K ($180) for the base model, while a 128GB variant will fill the 15K void as the Fusion Plus is 17K ($225).

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So, if this comes under 15K which it will then surely this is quite a steal and will bring back Motorola into the very price-sensitive premium-budget segment where the Moto G once ruled. Where a price difference of 1000 to 1500 INR could make or break the deal.

The device is set to arrive by early next month or by the end of Q2 2020, that’s around 29th June. The device will get 2 years of Android Security Updates, one major update and will arrive on the latest Android 10.

source | via: | xda-developers


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