Motorola is speculated to be working on two new One-series smartphones called the Motorola One Fusion and One Fusion+. Codenamed Titan and Liberty, respectively, these smartphones are slated to be launched before the end of June 2020. Coming from the mid-range Motorola One family, the upcoming devices are expected to affordable offerings too. Nothing else was known apart from this about the Fusion duo. However, 91mobiles has now reported a few key specifications of the One Fusion+ hinting that it might be another affordable launch from the brand. The publication has also managed to source the availability details of the upcoming One Fusion+. Here’s everything that we know about the smartphone at the moment.
Motorola One Fusion+ specifications and features
According to the source, the Motorola One Fusion+ will feature a Snapdragon 675 SoC at its core. The processor will be further mated to 4GB RAM or 6GB RAM options with storage options being 64GB and 128GB. In the imaging department, the handset is set to offer a 12-megapixel primary camera but there is no word on the rest of the camera setup as of now. The dual-SIM Motorola One Fusion+ will be missing out on NFC connectivity. The report also confirms that the Motorola One Fusion+ will be offered in two colour options – Light Blue and Light Brown.
Apart from this, nothing else is known about the upcoming smartphone. We can expect that being Android One series offerings, the Motorola One Fusion and One Fusion+ will both booth the latest Android 10 out of the box, with guaranteed updates for two years.
Motorola One Fusion+ price and availability
Coming to the pricing. apart from them being mid-range offerings there’s no further insight. The report revealed that the Lenovo-owned brand will launch the smartphone in the US as well as India.