Motorola is getting back in the smartphone game pretty well with interesting smartphone releases which includes the release of the One Fusion+ which was announced earlier this month. The Motorola One Fusion seems to be the next on the go ans the device’s been spotted on the Google Play Console which showed some interesting specifications about the device.
The device is codenamed “Astro” but well labelled to be Motorola One Fusion and has features such as an HD+ display with a 720 x 1600 pixels of resolution. A previous leak about the display gave the estimate to being about 6.5-Inch with a water drop notch right at the center top of the display.
Moving on, the Motorola One Fusion is going to be powered by a Snapdragon 710 chipset with 4GB of RAM which likely puts the storage at about 64GB based on presumption. THe device will also be powered by the current Android 10 version out of the box.
There have been leaks in the past which showed the device having a variant sporting a 6GB of RAM and 128GB if internal storage while the battery capacity is about 5,000mAh. And as for the camera department, it features the Samsung 48MP ISOCELL Bright GM1 as it’s main sensor while flanked by another triple setup which consists of an 8MP, 5MP and 2MP sensors totaling a quad rear camera setup altogether while the front facing selfie camera is an 8MP camera.
The release of the Motorola One Fusion is expected to be very soon in regions such as Brazil, Latin America as well as several Asian countries while sporting both black and blue colors. As for the pricing, nothing is yet known but since it’s an entry-level smartphone, it’s definitely going to be in the regions of US$200 or sightly above that.