We learned last month that at the end of Q2 2020 Motorola will unveil two new smartphones dubbed One Fusion and One Fusion+. Motorola hasn’t yet disclosed anything about these devices, but YouTube has revealed key specs and the One Fusion+ release date.
YouTube has listed the Motorola One Fusion+ with Snapdragon 730 SoC on its Device Report site, which contradicts last month’s leak that claimed the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 675 chipset at the helm.
The One Fusion+ will be sporting a 6.5 “1080p display, running Android 10 off the box, and packaging a 5,000 mAh battery. The listing claims One Fusion+ will be released in June 2020, but it doesn’t reveal the exact date.
Also included in the listing is an image of a Motorola smartphone which is the Motorola Edge and not the One Fusion+. However, the listing of Motorola Edge contains an image of an unknown smartphone, which might be the One Fusion+. YouTube may have mistakenly swapped the images from both smartphones.
The image reveals that the smartphone will pack a quad-camera setup with a 64MP main driver on the back. It will feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, with the 3.5 mm headphone jack at the bottom of the USB-C port.
Upon closer inspection of the picture, you can also see that the display of the smartphone does not have a selfie camera notch or punch hole, which means it is likely to be mounted on a pop-up mechanism.
The power button and volume rocker located on the right side of the smartphone are other things we can obtain from the image. They are joined by an additional button which has an unknown purpose.