A few days ago, Motorola had launched its second pop-up camera smartphone called the Motorola One Fusion+ in India. The device comes with HDR10 support, sports 64MP quad cameras and is equipped with a Snapdragon 730G SoC paired with 6GB RAM.
Now, the Lenovo-owned brand is expected to launch the standard variant of the same phone, dubbed as the Motorola One Fusion. It will arrive with some toned-down specifications and also carry a cheaper price tag than its Plus sibling. The smartphone has been spotted on Google Play Console, courtesy of 91mobiles. The listing reveals some key specifications of the device.
Motorola One Fusion specifications and features
The Motorola One Fusion is listed with a Snapdragon 710 processor, which is a nearly two year old chipset. The SoC is paired with an Adreno 616 GPU and the device will pack 4GB RAM. As seen in the listing image, the standard variant will feature a waterdrop notch on the top and thick bezels on the bottom chin.
The device is expected to offer an HD+ (720 x 1600 pixels) display. The Motorola One Fusion will run a stock version of Android 10. The report further reveals that the Google Android Enterprise API mentions a 6.5-inch display and 64GB onboard storage on the brand’s upcoming offering. Apart from this, there is no more information on the Motorola One Fusion.
Motorola hasn’t made any announcements about the One Fusion yet. Since the device is listed on the Google Play Console, we expect it to go official in the coming weeks. Since the Motorola One Fusion Plus retails at Rs 16,999, we can expect the One Fusion to be priced lower.