It’s been just a few days since the launch of Motorola One Fusion+. However, the company already seems to be working on a toned-down sibling. A recent report on the Google Play Console listing suggests that a One Fusion smartphone is on its way.
As reported by 91Mobiles, the Google Play Console listing reveals the moniker of the device to be “Motorola One Fusion”. The device which is codenamed ‘Astro’ has a display with a waterdrop notch on the front. There is the same three-button layout that is present on the One Fusion+ to the right.
Motorola One Fusion: Specifications
Further, the listing says the display will be toned down from One Fusion+. Digging deeper into Google’s Android Enterprise API reveals that the device will sport a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a resolution of 1600×720 pixels.
Looking back at the listing, it looks like the One Fusion will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 SoC. It has two high-performance Kryo 360 cores clocked at 2.2GHz and Adreno 616 for graphics. While the SoC itself is two years old, it’s still a very capable chip. It supports Qualcomm’s aptX audio, Quick Charge 4.0, 4K video recording and more.
The handset is confirmed to have a 4GB RAM as per the listing and 64GB storage according to the Enterprise API but we will have to wait and see if there will be other variants.
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There is a mention of the keyword ‘fingerprint supported’ on the API interface which could be placed on the rear of the phone. The listing also reveals the device will run on the latest Android 10 operating system. Considering Motorola’s Stock UI interface, we don’t expect it to have many changes from Google’s OG build.
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Motorola launched its One Fusion+ a few days back at an aggressive price tag of Rs.16,999(~$225). While the competitors are struggling to meet demands, Motorola has hit the right spot with the One Fusion+.
Earlier it was expected to bring two mid-range smartphones by June. Hence, considering the specifications its sibling is listed for, we hope the company prices it well and regain the popularity it has lost in countries like India.