Motorola One Fusion Spotted on FCC Website

Motorola One Fusion and Plus

We got to see some rumors regarding the Motorola One Fusion and Motorola One Fusion Plus in the past. Now the phone is said to be surfaced online through the FCC website.

Earlier, as per the popular tipster Evan Blass, the Motorola One Fusion is codenamed as Titan and Motorola One Fusion Plus as Liberty.

The FCC certification of the smartphone shows us some specifications of the smartphone and let us take a look at them. Not a lot of details are available as of now,

It was first spotted by MySmartPrice, as per the FCC certification image, the phone which is said to the Motorola One Fusion comes with the model number XT2073-2.

The device is said to feature a 4,000mAh battery with up to 10W charging. It also mentioned that it will be a 4G smartphone and no 5G support. No other details about the Motorola One Fusion are available. But we do get some more information regarding the Motorola One Fusion Plus.

This is the image found on the FCC website.

Motorola one fusion leaked specs
Source: MySmartPrice
Leaked features of Motorola One Fusion Plus
Source: MySmartPrice

Motorola One Fusion Plus is believed to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor. It might get up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage. Possibly there will be two variants for this model.

Right out of the box, Motorola One Fusion Plus is expected to arrive with Android 10. To the camera side of things, it is expected that the device might feature a 12-megapixel primary camera.

The device might be available in two color variants – Light Blue and Light Brown. No other details have surfaced online yet.

We might want to wait for a couple of days if not weeks to see more information regarding the design and other key specifications. Let us know your thought in the comment section below.

Ajay Varghese
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