whereas Motorola One Fusion+ Not part of the G-Seires, but the packing reminded me of Moto’s popular budget model. This phone comes with only the essentials inside the box. It comes with an 18W turbo charger, a SIM tray ejection pin and a plastic case. Its thickness is 9.6 mm, which will definitely be called thick. Where can it not go even lighter, because its weight is 210 grams. motorola The edges of the phone are well-curved, which makes for a comfortable grip on the palm. The thickness and weight of the device could be partly due to the 5,000mAh battery. That much battery can help to give it a good backup.
The other thing I noticed is the lack of a notch or hole-punch on the front panel. Motorola has opted for a pop-up module for a 16-megapixel selfie shooter. For this reason, you get a clean and big 6.5-inch full-HD + display with thin bezels on the top and sides. This panel is HDR10 certified and has very good viewing angles. Motorola has added a powerful bottom-firing speaker, which will help improve the video-watching experience.
All the buttons are on the right-hand side of the device and the Motorola One Fusion+ has a dedicated Google Assistant button that sits just above the power and volume buttons. I would have liked if it were on the other side of the frame, which is lying empty, but that’s not a concern, as the buttons aren’t difficult to reach when using the device with one hand. Motorola One Fusion+ has a USB Type-C port along with a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom.
On the back side of the Motorola One Fusion+ is a quad-camera setup similar to the rivals. Its primary sensor is a 64-megapixel sensor with F / 1.8 aperture. Apart from this, this setup comes with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture, a 5-megapixel macro camera with f/2.4 aperture, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. There is also a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone with Motorola’s Batwing logo. The scanner is easy to access and I didn’t have any problems unlocking the phone with one-handed use.
Motorola has used Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset to power the Indian variant of this phone, while it is sold with Snapdragon 730 chipset in other countries. We expect the Motorola One Fuse+ with this processor to score better in the graphics test. It is offered with only one configuration option, which is 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. I like that many of the variants overlap the other series, as Xiaomi is with. The storage can be expanded up to 1TB using the hybrid dual-SIM slot. Motorola One Fusion+ is a dual-SIM smartphone with dual 4G LTE support. It comes with Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and GPS.
Motorola One Fusion+ runs on MY UX based on Android 10. The skin feels simple and light and looks like stock Android. Apart from a few pre-installed Google apps, the Motorola One Fusion+ has absolutely zero bloatware which is rare to see these days. Still, Motorola has added some of its own useful gestures, such as a double-chop to turn on the flashlight and a double-twist to launch the camera app. The UI is very easy to navigate and I did not face any problem here. The Motorola One Fusion+ was running the April security patch, which is not the latest.
Motorola has priced the One Fusion+ in India at Rs 16,999, which makes it Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Poco X2 And Realme 6 Pro stands against. I think it is going to be a close battle between all these devices. Stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for our full review to find out if the Motorola One Fusion+ can top the competition.