Motorola One Fusion+ is announced with 5,000 mAh and Snapdragon 730

Without giving too many details, Motorola updated this Monday (8) its line of smartphones in Europe with Motorola One Fusion+. The cell phone had been confirmed by a page of the YouTube at the end of May and has already received approval from the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel).

Although not available for purchase at the moment, the cell phone was advertised at a price of €300, or about R$1,659 in direct conversion and tax-free.

Available in the colors ‘Moonlight White’ and ‘Twilight Blue’ (the famous white and blue), it brings, as well as the Motorola One Hyper, a front-facing camera in a pop-up format. This delivers better screen enjoyment in the front area.

And, also like the One Hyper, the new One Fusion+ has a 6.5-inch Full HD+ (IPS TFT LCD) screen (2340 x 1080p, 395dpi, 19.5:9).

The cell phone has a plastic construction (162.9 x 76.9 x 9.6mm) and weighs approximately 210 grams. It has a USB-C input (2.0) and a 3.5 mm connector (P2) for headphones and the like.

At its rear, the cameras and LED flash are aligned to the left. In the center, the device has a fingerprint reader. All your buttons are on the right-hand side, but here’s something new: a dedicated button to launch Google Assistant.

More power and battery

The new Motorola One Fusion+ comes with Android 10 and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 octa-core (2.2GHz) chipset. It comes equipped with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

It also features the new My UX interface, which includes a cleaner look and maintains gestures and shortcuts. As this is a premium intermediate cell phone, it does not have NFC and carries Bluetooth 4.2. There is also no confirmation of water protection.

However, the One Fusion+ has a battery of 5,000 mAh, against 4,000 mAh of the One Hyper. On the other hand, its charger is the 15W ‘TurboPower’; the One Hyper, in turn, brings the 45W ‘Hyper Charger’, which is much faster.

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The new cell phone’s camera set, as well as the battery, is charged. The main sensor has 64 MP (f/1.8), which takes pictures at 16 MP thanks to the Quad Pixel; then it has the ultra-angle 118° cameras with 8 MP (f/2.2); one for 5MP macro shots (f/2.4) and one 2MP sensor (f/2.4) for depth. The flash is unique.

The front camera, which is retractable, has 16 MP (f/2.2), but Motorola says it also uses Quad Pixel technology. Thus, photos must be exported with 4 MP. Also like One Hyper, the manufacturer can allow photos to be exported in original size.

Among others, the Motorola One Fusion+ supports FM radio and memory expansion via microSD card – it has only one carrier chip slot.

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