Motorola One Fusion appears on Google Play with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 and an HD+ display

Motorola One Fusion appears on Google Play with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 and an HD+ display

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Motorola has pleasantly surprised the Indian market with the launch of the Moto One Fusion+. While the device itself was unveiled a week prior to the Indian launch, what surprised many was the aggressive pricing on the One Fusion+. Coming in at ₹16,999 ($224), the device went head-on against the likes of the POCO X2, proving to be a decent alternative on paper with close-to-stock Android experience. It appears that Motorola has at least one more trick product up its sleeve, as the Motorola Moto One Fusion has made an appearance on the internet.

The Motorola One Fusion, codename “astro” has appeared on the Google Play Console’s Device Catalog as well as the Android Enterprise Recommended Catalog. The regular, non-plus variant of the Fusion was also spotted previously when the Fusion+ was leaked, but the device codename was “titan”. We are unable to explain this variation, as some of the other specifications align on the astro and the titan. Interestingly, the Moto G2 from 2014 was also codenamed “titan”, so maybe this change is a course correction — we don’t know yet.

The lone device render present indicates that the phone will have a waterdrop notch, so no pop-up camera as seen on the Plus variant. The specifications as they appear on Google Play is as below:

  • 6.5-inch display, 1600×720 resolution
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 710
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB storage
  • Android 10
  • Fingerprint scanner

Other specifications from our previous leak include model numbers XT2073-1 and XT2073-2, an option of 4/6GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal storage, a 5,000 mAh battery, Samsung’s 48MP ISOCELL Bright GM1 as the primary rear camera joined by 5MP, 8MP, and 2MP camera sensors. On the front, the device should have an 8MP camera. The One Fusion should land in Brazil, Latin America, and several Asian countries in black and blue colors.

Evan ‘evleaks’ Blass had mentioned that Motorola would be releasing both the Fusion and Fusion+ by the end of Q2. If this timeline leak is correct, the Fusion would just be around the corner. It remains to be seen if the device would be launched in India, and if yes, if it would follow the aggressive pricing as seen on the Fusion+.