The Motorola One Fusion Plus has been launched. It is a phone with a telemacro camera and a borderless screen with a pop-up module. The phone is available with us this month for 299.99 euros.
Motorola One Fusion Plus
The Motorola One Fusion Plus was recently launched by Motorola, and again the company is launching a new mid-range that has some unique features that set it apart. With the One Fusion Plus, that is certainly the camera with the pop-up camera module, but also the arrangement at the back.
Let’s start at that screen. There is a 6.5 inch Full HD LCD screen without ‘notch’, but there is a clear chin visible on the phone. The screen supports HDR10 + and the pop-up camera only appears when you need it. The pop-up camera has a 16 MP sensor.
If we look at the performance, we find the Snapdragon 730 processor that we know from, among others, the Samsung Galaxy A71, and there is also 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. Motorola also opts for a sturdy 5000 mAh battery, Android 10, and its own My UX software shell that is close to a bare and pure Android experience. The phone also has a fingerprint scanner on the back and a 3.5 mm audio jack. Noteworthy is also the Google Assistant button.
When we look at the cameras, there is the first 64 MP main camera, an 8 MP wide-angle camera that takes photos with an angle of 118 degrees, a 2 MP depth camera for portrait photos with blur, and a macro camera. The latter is a concept that we know from the Poco F2 Pro because it is a 5 MP macro camera that allows you to get even closer to an object and thus take artistic images up close.
The Motorola One Fusion Plus will be available in the Benelux from the end of June for a suggested retail price of 299.99 euros. It appears in the color of Twilight Blue.