After making its international debut a couple of months ago, the Motorola One Fusion+ is coming to the US.
Motorola confirmed today that the One Fusion+ will launch in the US tomorrow, August 5, at a price of $399.99. It’ll be available from Motorola.com and will be sold universally unlocked.
One of the highlight features of the Motorola One Fusion+ is its pop-up selfie camera. Because that 16MP camera lives in a pop-up mechanism, the 6.5-inch 2340×1080 LCD screen on on the One Fusion+ doesn’t have any notch or hole-punch.
Around on the back of the One Fusion+ are four more cameras. The main snapper is a 64MP camera that uses Quad Pixel tech and Night Vision to get you four times more light sensitivity, which will result in better low-light shots. There’s an 8MP ultra-wide cam with 118-degree field of view, too, plus a 5MP macro camera and 2MP depth sensor.
Motorola has opted for a rear fingerprint reader on the One Fusion+ and there are 3.5mm and USB-C ports on the device as well. For those times you don’t feel like using headphones, you can instead listen to the One Fusion+’s stereo speakers.
Inside the phone is a Snapdragon 730 processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage, and there’s also a microSD card slot that’ll let you add up to 1TB of additional storage. Motorola says the 5000mAh can last up to 2 days on a single charge. There’s also 15W fast charging support to help you refill that big battery more quickly.
Motorola recently launched the Edge in the US as a mid-range unlocked option, and now with the One Fusion+, Moto has an even lower-cost model available. While the One Fusion+ may not have that curved edge screen that the Edge has, it does include the same 64MP camera and a bigger 5000mAh battery, plus its display doesn’t have a notch or hole-punch for folks who don’t like those.
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