Motorola One Fusion + is the first smartphone on our market that is completely devoid of indentations or holes. It is a medium-sized device with a really promising specification, great arrangement of the front panel. We can get all this for a really good price.
Looking at the device, you can tell that this is the standard Motorola look.
On the reverse of the device we can see a system of 4 cameras, a LED flash and a fingerprint reader with a characteristic logo of the manufacturer in the middle. The back of the device is made of plastic as standard – there is an interesting pattern that gives the device an interesting look. The front of the smartphone is a large area that is not disturbed by any camera lens, the issue of the front one has been solved thanks to the mechanism that extends it from the top frame of the phone. It will be available in two color variants – blue and white.
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The display is a large 6.5-inch IPS LCD unit in 19.5: 9 aspect ratio working in FullHD + resolution – this translates into a good result of 395 ppi. The screen is certified for HDR10.
The central unit implemented in the smartphone is the well-known Snapdragon 730, this processor is a good, proven mid-range design, the smartphone also has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, expandable up to 1 TB using a microSD card. The device runs on Android version 10 with the My Ux overlay.
The whole thing is powered by a large 5000 mAh cell, with the possibility of fast 15W “TurboPower” charging.
When it comes to connectivity, we have one big but – no NFC resulting in the inability to make contactless payments, a smartphone at this price should, however, receive such a module.
Motorola One Fusion+ photo
On the reverse of the device we have 4 camera lenses. Practically three have the ability to take photos – the fourth eye is the TOF depth sensor. The main lens is a 64 Mpx unit working in Quad Pixel technology, which means that better photo quality is obtained and autofocus detection is definitely faster and more accurate. The second camera is an 8Mpx ultra wide angle with a view of 118 degrees. On the back there is another useful one – 5Mpx Telephoto. The front camera is a 16 Mpx retractable lens.
Motorola One Fusion + in Poland is to hit store shelves in two color variants and one memory variant for the price of PLN 1399. The smartphone is well priced looking at the possibilities offered by the manufacturer, although the lack of NFC in such a price range should be unacceptable. In many cases, the lack of one will prevail whether to choose Motorola or competing devices that have one.