Motorola introduces the new One Fusion Plus. It has a pop-up camera and is available from July in Europe for 300 euros.
Motorola launches the One Fusion+, a new mid-range phone in July. The One Fusion+ will cost 300 euros in Europe. One of the most interesting features is the pop-up camera, which moves out of the device when a selfie is required. A display notch, as can be found on most current cell phones, is therefore unnecessary.
The One Fusion+ also has a large battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh. As expected, the One Fusion plus offers mid-range components for the rest of the hardware: The Snapdragon 730 is used as the SoC and lacks 5G functionality.
MicroSD but no NFC
The new Motorola mobile phone also has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage space for data. If you need more, you can insert a MicroSD card into the One Fusion +. There is also a jack socket. However, NFC is missing. The Motorola One Fusion+ screen measures 6.5 inches and has a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels.
The fingerprint sensor is located on the back. There are also four camera modules: the main camera has 64 megapixels, an ultra-wide-angle camera with 8MP, a macro camera with 5MP, and a depth sensor with 2 megapixels. The selfie camera housed in the pop-up rail has 16 megapixels. The One Fusion+ runs on Android 10.