Motorola launched the One Fusion+ last month as a mid-range phone with a quad-camera setup and a notch-less display. Today, the company announced a scaled-down version of that device: the Motorola One Fusion.
The non-Plus version retains most of the specs and features that come with its more expensive sibling. Where it differs, on the other hand, is in the camera, processor, and display aspects. The One Fusion sports a 6.5-inch Max Vision HD+ display with a waterdrop notch, unlike the notch-less One Fusion+ screen. Optics-wise, it boasts a 48MP main camera with Quad Pixel technology. This is joined by an ultra-wide angle lens with a 118-degree field of view, a Macro Vision camera, and a depth sensor. The phone is powered by an outdated Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 octa-core chipset.
Inside, it packs a 5,000mAh battery, like the Plus model. Motorola claims the battery can keep the phone running for up to 48 hours, though this really depends on how you use it. There's a dedicated Google Assistant button on the side of the phone as well to let you perform tasks by just using your voice. On its back sits a fingerprint sensor with the "M" logo.
There's no word on pricing yet, but the One Fusion is expected to get a lower price than the €300 Plus variant. It will be available from today across various countries in Latin America. Next month, the phone will be launched in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.