Motorola One Fusion Plus User Manual & Review – The phone adopts a pop-up camera making the total display of 6.5 inches flawless. The screen is IPS LCD and has a resolution 1080p+ that supports the HDR10 display.
As for the selfie camera, it packs a 16-megapixel and is only raised when needed. The manufacturer also carries the fingerprint reader on its back body as a device safeguard. The Moto One Hyper, very similar to this device, but it packs a 32 MP pop-up selfie cam.
On the back, the main camera resolution is 64-megapixel, it has an aperture of f/1.8 and a Quad design for better low-light performance. The Unit is combined with an 8 MP Ultrawide angle camera, a 5 MP as macro camera, and 2 for depth sensor.
Motorola One Fusion Plus is powered by the Snapdragon 730, the chipset promises improved CPU and GPU performance over the Snapdragon 675, which is used in Hyper. The performance of the chipset is backed by 6 GB RAM and 128 GB of storage, which can be increased with a microSD card up to 1 TB.
The interest must be satisfied using only one SIM because the phone has a hybrid card slot. The good news, the phone has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and an FM radio. But the unit does not support NFC payment services.