Motorola is continuing in its mission to release as many phones as humanly possible with the announcement of the Motorola One Fusion, a mid-range spec phone that is surprisingly different to the already-announced One Fusion Plus (via 9to5Google).
The new regular One Fusion has a Snapdragon 710, 5,000mAh battery, tear drop notch and a 720p display that gives away its corner cutting, though Motorola has not yet announced pricing. The phone is coming to Latin America and the Middle East.
You might still be able to get hold of one in the UK or US, though the phone joins the ranks of tons of other similar spec Motos.
The Fusion has a physical fingerprint sensor on the back along with four camera sensors led by a 48Mp main. That’s not bad for a budget phone, but unless we get one in for review we can’t speak to how good those images will actually look. Megapixels don’t equal performance.
The device looks like all of Motos other dizzying number of phones but the Lenovo-owned company’s strategy is to release handsets to specific regions only. The Fusion might be the latest in a long line but with Android 10 and the right price it could be a sensible option if you need a new Android phone for the basics.