Motorola is expected to introduce two more handsets under its new One series this year. They’re called the Motorola One Fusion and One Fusion+. And a new report from 91mobiles has hinted an India and United States launch for at least the Fusion+ is coming in Q2 2020.
The device (One Fusion+) got leaked earlier with the codename “liberty” and the recent rumours from a credible source says, the phone will reportedly sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 SoC. It is likely to have dual-SIM card support with 4G VoLTE connectivity but reportedly lacks NFC support. It is rumoured to have a 12MP Main camera but other camera details are pretty dim at this point.
The phone may come in two storage variants – 4GB and 6GB of RAM, 64GB and 128GB internal storage respectively. It is supposed to run on Android 10 out of the box with Motorola’s user interface being close to Stock Android as usual. Colour variants rumoured are Light Blue and Light Brown. Unfortunately, other details are not available as of now but we can expect more to follow towards the launch. Veteran tipster Evan Blass, who had earlier hinted about the phone, said the device will be unveiled somewhere in June 2020.
Motorola is also on the verge of launching a flagship Motorola Edge series on April 22. With Motorola One Fusion+ getting leaked days before this launch, we can assume that Motorola is once again eyeing all segments of the market in 2020.