A confirmed Google Play Console listing reportedly found Motorola One Fusion. The basic version of the newly released Motorola One Fusion+ should be the handset. The list reveals that the phone has a processor Snapdragon 710 and a RAM of 4 GB. There are also some information on the monitor, Processor and GPU on the machine. Moreover, a photo of the alleged Motorola One Fusion reveals some modifications of the model in comparison to the Plus edition. There is no price or access details at this time.
The 91Mobiles report notes that a smartphone titled Motorola One Fusion is identified in a console of Google Play. The list indicates a number of rumored phone specifications including Android 10, a 280ppi pixel density 720×1600 pixel resolution display. It shows a list of two Kryo 360 cores with a 2.2GHz clock and six Kryo 360 cores at a 1.7 GHz. It lists the phone with the Qualcomm Snafdrahon 710 SoC. The GPU is the 500MHz Adreno 616. In addition, it is said that the rumored Motorola One Fusion comes with 4 GB of RAM.
The report adds that the 6.5-inch display is provided and 64 GB internal storage is provided by the handset. It is supposed to come with an Android 10 close-store version and a fingerprint sensor could be located on the back.
When discussing the design as shown in the listing, the Motorola One Fusion supposedly removes the pop-up and utilizes a more standard water drop notch setup. On the right-hand side, the configuration of the buttons looks like the one Fusion+.
For the single 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage model, Motorola One Fusion+ was launched in India at Rs. 16999. The Snapdragon 730 G SoC and Adreno 618 GPU are the power suppliers. A quad camera system and a pop-up camera for the shooter are on the phone. With 18W fast charge battery, the Fusion+ is powered by a 5,000mAh battery.