- Motorola Moto One Fusion+ was launched in June for Rs 16,999.
- Its price was later increased by Rs 500 owing to GST hikes.
- At Rs 17,499, the Moto One Fusion+ does not seem as much attractive now.
Motorola Moto One Fusion+ will go on sale today but with an increased price. The smartphone was launched in June for Rs 16,999 but its price was hiked to Rs 17,499 days after that. The Moto One Fusion+ is a mid-ranger that is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC and setup of four cameras at the back. But over the past few weeks, brands such as Poco have launched on par smartphones at lower prices. The Poco M2 Pro was launched at Rs 14,999 sometime back with a quad-camera setup and a Snapdragon 720G which is theoretically less powerful than the Snapdragon 730G.
Motorola Moto One Fusion+ Price and Sale Details
The Motorola Moto One Fusion+ will go on sale on Flipkart at 12 pm today. It will be available for Rs 17,499 for the lonesome variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The smartphone comes in Moonlight White and Twilight Blue colours.
Motorola Moto One Fusion+ Specifications
The Motorola Moto One Fusion+ comes with a 6.5-inch FHD+ full-screen display and runs Android 10. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of memory, which can be expanded up to 1TB via microSD card. The smartphone has a setup of four cameras at the back - a 64-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultrawide camera, a 5-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel portrait camera. For selfies, there is a 16-megapixel sensor available on the Moto One Fusion+. The smartphone is backed by a 5000mAh battery that charges at up to 15W.
Should you buy Moto One Fusion+ now?
The Motorola Moto One Fusion+ is a decent smartphone for its specifications - it has a 730G processor and very capable quad cameras at the back. But its revised price makes it a less attractive offering in the segment, especially in front of smartphones such as the Poco M2 Pro. The Poco M2 Pro, for Rs 14,999, has a Snapdragon 720G processor, which is theoretically slightly less powerful than the Snapdragon 730G used on the Moto One Fusion+. For their real-world performance, there might not be any discernible differences between the two smartphones. You will go for Moto One Fusion+ for the sheer Android experience that it offers and, of course, its worthy cameras. But if you are searching for a looker in the category, you can skip Moto One Fusion+ and go for Poco M2 Pro.