Recently, Lenovo-owned company Motorola Launched its One Fusion+ with a decent price and some pretty good specification, and now it seems that the company is going to announce an imminent launch of Motorola One fusion as the device is spotted on Google Play console.
Motorola already impressed the Indian market with unveiling Motorola One Fusion+, one week prior to the expected date. Now, Motorola is with another product listed to launch, the device seems to have codename “astro”, but it is clearly labeled Motorola one Fusion below the name ‘astro’.
Specs of Motorola One Fusion
The device spotted on Google Play’s Console as well as in the Android Enterprise Recommended Catalog. The device spotted with its specifications and XDA-Developers got the snap of the listing.
If we talk about the Display of the device, so the device will feature an HD+ display with 1600×720 of pixel resolution but the display size isn’t mentioned in the catalog but an earlier leak specifies that it will be of 6.5 inches in size with a water-drop notch.
The forthcoming device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset which is coupled with 4GB RAM. The device is also speculated to run on Android 10.
Nothing has mentioned regarding the storage capacity of Motorola One Fusion, but some of the previous leaks specify that it will come up in two variants of 64GB and 128GB of storage which will be paired with a 6GB RAM variant as well.
Some of the previous leaks tell that the expected device from Motorola will come up with 48MP ISOCELL Bright GM1as a primary camera followed by three cameras of 5MP, 8MP, and 2MP, and a selfie shooter of 8MP. Under the hood, the device will have a 5000 mAH battery.
Well, all of these are rumored specs and we can’t say anything confirm without the company’s official note. Motorola one Fusion+ was an attractive device and become quite popular with the launch, it seems like Motorola One Fusion will be a downgraded version of Motorola One Fusion+, still expected to win its users. Initially, the device is expected to launch in Latin America, Brazil, and some other Asian countries in Blue and Black colors.