Moto Fusion
The Moto One Fusion+ with its Quad camera setup | Source:GSMArena

The Moto One Fusion+ has just been launched in India, priced at Rs.16,999; Placing it in one of the most competitive segments in the market. Packing a 6.5-inch Total Vision display with full HD+ resolution and HDR10 support and a Snapdragon 730G chip-set paired with Adreno 618 GPU, 6GB RAM, and 128GB flash storage, it’s no short of a flagship.

The huge 6.5 inch Full HD+ LCD IPS TFT Total Vision Display screen provides an uninterrupted viewing experience with a 91% screen to body ratio, as the Front-facing camera is tucked away in a pop up mechanism, removing the interruption of cutouts and notches.

The 5,000 mAh battery certainly compliments the phone’s massive screen and is sure to give good usage and standby times, both screen on and off. When the day comes to an end and the Fusion+’s low on battery, you can always whip out the charger and fuel up fast with Moto’s 15W TurboPower™ charging.

Coming to cameras, the Moto One Fusion+ comes with a quad-camera setup on the One Fusion+. The 64-megapixel primary has an f/1.8 aperture, and there’s also an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture, a 5-megapixel macro camera with an f/2.4 aperture, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. At the front, the front facing 16 mega pixel camera that pops up every time you switch over to selfie mode and does a good job at selfies and portraits. In low light, the quality dips but the selfie camera also supports Night mode, which helps to some extent.

Low-light camera performance however, is average, and the Motorola One Fusion+ misses out on details in the shadows.

The ultra-wide-angle camera offers a wider field of view and has a slightly different color tone compared to the primary camera. It does not manage details as well as the primary camera and a watercolor-like effect can be observed when zooming in.

The real question however, is how it compares with the other phones in the same price range? The competitors, Poco X2 and Realme 6 Pro sure put up a good fight, but the Fusion+ comes off as a clear winner having 100% more storage capacity (The X2’s 64GB compared to Fusion+’s 128GB) and significantly better battery capacity are all plus points.

The amazing specifications and the good pricing all make the Moto One Fusion+ an extremely recommendable phone for anyone looking to buy a flagship in this price range.


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