The new smartphone features some design similarities with the One Hyper, starting with the 6.5-inch IPS display, which comes in at Full HD+ resolution in the 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The One Fusion+ also doesn't have a notch or punch-hole cutout, and the selfie-camera is in a pop-up module instead.
Unlike the One Hyper, though, the camera here is just 16MP instead of 32MP. The camera setup on the back features four cameras, headlined by a 64MP shooter with Quad Pixel technology. There's also an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor for portrait-style pictures.
Inside, the One Fusion+ comes with a Snapdragon 730 chipset from Qualcomm, and that's paired with 6GB of RAM, so performance should be noticeably better than the One Hyper. The battery is also massive at 5,000mAh, but it only supports 15W charging, whereas the One Hyper supported up to 45W charging in the U.S. (27W in Europe).
The Motorola One Fusion+ is coming to Europe later this month, and GSMArena reports that it will cost €300. It will come in Moonlight White and Twilight Blue color options. There's no indication that it will come to the United States.