Motorola One Fusion+ – Specification & Design
Motorola has constantly launched new Smartphones in India. Recently, the Motorola Edge + and the Motorola G8 Power Lite have been launched, both targeting opposite ends of the smartphone market. The company’s new Motorola One Fusion+is aimed at the heart of the market, the Sub segment. Price at with a single configuration, it enters the Ring against other devices such as Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, Poco X2 and Realme 6 Pro. Did Motorola do a good job with the One Fusion+? I got my hands on the device and here are my first impressions.
While the Motorola One Fusion + is not part of the G series, the packaging reminded me of the popular Moto economy models. This phone only comes with the most necessary, its 18W Turbocharger, a SIM eject tool and a plastic cover. After taking the phone out of the box, I will say that it is clumsy at 9.6 mm thick. It is also not a featherweight, and at 210g you will notice the weight if you hold it, Motorola has curved the sides of the phone well, which helps it sit comfortably in the palm of your hand. The thickness and weight of the device is partly due to the 5,000 mAh battery it contains. This should give it an advantage by providing good battery life.
The second thing I noticed is the lack of a notch or perforator on the front panel. Motorola has opted for a pop-up module for the 16-megapixel Selfie marksman. You get an uninterrupted view of the large 6.5-inch Full HD+ display with thin glasses on the top and sides. This panel is HDR10 certified and has very good viewing angles. Motorola has added a powerful Bottom-Fire speaker to the Mix to enhance the video experience.
All buttons are located on the right side of the device, and the Motorola One Fusion+ has a special Google Assistant button placed higher than the power and volume buttons. I would have liked it to be on the other side which is empty, but this is not a big problem as the button is still accessible while using the device with one hand. The Motorola One Fusion + is equipped with a 3.5 mm audio jack and a USB Type-C port at the bottom.
On the back, The Motorola One Fusion+, like its competitors, has a Quad Camera configuration. The main sensor has a resolution of 64 megapixels with an aperture of 1: 1.8, and there is also an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with an aperture of 1: 2.2, a 5-megapixel macro camera with an aperture of 1: 2.4 and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. There is also a fingerprint scanner attached to the back with Motorola’s Batwing logo. The Scanner is easy to access and I had no problems with one-handed operation.
Motorola introduced the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730g SoC to power the Indian Version of this phone, while it is sold in other countries with the Snapdragon 730 SoC. This should help the Motorola One Fusion + get better results in graphics tests if we check it. There is only one configuration option, namely 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory. I prefer this than having several variants that overlap with other series, as Xiaomi did. The memory can be expanded up to 1TB with the hybrid dual SIM slot. The Motorola One Fusion + is a Dual SIM smartphone with support for dual 4G LTE. It also supports Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and GPS.
The Motorola One Fusion+, my UX on Android 10. The Skin is minimalist and feels like Stock Android. Aside from a few preinstalled Google apps, the Motorola One Fusion + has absolutely no Bloatware, which is rare these days. Despite this, Motorola has added some of its useful gestures, such as double hacking to turn on the flashlight and a double rotation to launch The Camera app. The interface is very easy to navigate and I had no problems here. The April security patch was run on the Motorola One Fusion+, which is not the last.