Motorola One Fusion+ will be releasing today (August 05) for $400 in US

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The spectacular price of the long-awaited flagship from Moto required a mid ranger that was more affordable than the Existing smartphones in the market

A more affordable alternative to the Edge+ high-end was necessary to achieve the pricing tag of Moto's long-awaited flagship.

We heard that, thanks to a leak from YouTube, we were starting to see a new Motorola phone which fitted the description.

The brand owned by Lenovo has now announced the One Fusion+ at a more significant price with some outstanding features.

The One Fusion+ is a large phone with an LCD in the front of 6.5 inches (almost bezelless). The device can push these bezels up to the point because it uses a pop-up camera rather than a traditional hole punch.

A big 5,000-mAh battery, which Motorola says can last up to two days between charges, is another highlight here. Again, this is probably also a major reason why it looks heavy and weighs over 200 grams.

The ageing Snapdragon 730 processor is powerful, while the newest Snapdragon 765 Chip is apparently reserved only for a high-premium non-plus Edge from Motorola.

Fortunately, RAM, which stands at 6 GB here, was a bit more generous. The One Fusion+ uses a Quad-Cam cluster for the cameras that consists of a main 64MP sensor, a high-width cam, a macro lenses and a sensor of depth that supports the binning of the pixels. Oh, and your phone also gets a Google Assistant key and retains your headphone jack.

One Fusion+ from Motorola is scheduled to start selling in Europe later this month. The price in the region is around €300 (~$340).

Details of availability were not immediately provided for other markets, including the U.S.