Motorola One Fusion announced with 48MP camera and the Snapdragon 710

Motorola One Fusion announced with 48MP camera and the Snapdragon 710

Motorola quietly revealed the One Fusion+ without an announcement last month and it later launched in India as well. The previously leaked non-Plus Motorola One Fusion model was nowhere to be seen, but today the company is making both devices (more) official in a blog post published today.

As you can probably guess by the lack of a “+” symbol, the Motorola One Fusion is a slightly less powerful model than the Fusion+. One (no pun intended) of the biggest areas of focus for Motorola is the camera. The main camera is 48MP and it has Quad Pixel technology, so photos are 4-in-1 binned down to 12MP for better images in low-light conditions. The second camera is an 8MP shooter with a 118-degree field of view. They are joined by a 5MP macro camera and 2MP depth sensor.


In terms of power, the Motorola One Fusion has the mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 5,000mAh battery. The display is 6.5-inches with a center notch for the 8MP selfie camera and is 720p in resolution. The phone launches with Android 10 and Motorola’s customizations.

The Motorola One Fusion is available beginning today, July 2nd, across various countries in Latin America. It comes in Emerald Green and Deep Sapphire Blue colors. The phone will also arrive in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in the coming month.

Specification Moto One Fusion
Dimensions and Weight
  • 164.96 x 75.85 x 9.4
  • 202g
  • 6.5″ 1600×720
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 710
  • Dual Kryo Gold 2.2 GHz
  • Hexa Kryo Silver 1.7 GHz
RAM and Storage
  • 4GB RAM + 64GB
  • 5,000 mAh battery
Rear Camera
  • Primary: 48MP
  • Secondary: 8MP wide-angle (118-degree FOV)
  • Tertiary: 5MP Macro
  • Quaternary: 2MP Depth Sensor
Front Camera 8MP
Other Features
  • USB Type-C, USB 2.0
  • Rear-mounted fingerprint scanner
Android Version Android 10 with Motorola Experience

Source: Motorola

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