A little while ago, we came across rumors surrounding the potential launch of the Motorola One Fusion and the Motorola One Fusion Plus smartphones. The Motorola One Fusion is codenamed Titan, while the Motorola One Fusion Plus is codenamed Liberty, as per the noted tipster Evan Blass. While the details about either of the two devices are pretty scarce as of now, we have spotted a new Motorola smartphone on the FCC certification authority database today, which could very well be the vanilla Motorola One Fusion. The FCC certification for the device has revealed some of its key specifications and features. Take a look at what the FCC certification for the alleged Motorola One Fusion has in store for us.
Motorola One Fusion may have just cleared FCC; here are the specifications known so far
As seen in the FCC certification database image, the alleged Motorola One Fusion (with the model number Motorola XT2073-2) will feature a 4,000mAh battery. Furthermore, the certification reveals that the device will be a 4G handset. The FCC documentation also contains several battery adapters with up to 10W charging. Other than what we mentioned, the FCC certification does not tell us anything else about the Motorola One Fusion.
That being said, it is being speculated that the Motorola One Fusion Plus will ship with Android 10 OS out of the box, which hints that the vanilla Motorola One Fusion might also follow suit. Speaking of the Motorola One Fusion Plus, the device is tipped to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor, which will be paired with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of onboard storage. The device is said to come in two color options – Light Blue and Light Brown. For optics, the Motorola One Fusion Plus is likely going to feature a 12MP primary camera.
As of now, this is all the available information surrounding the upcoming Motorola One Fusion series smartphones, but we are sure to receive more intel on the same in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same.
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