Motorola One Fusion Plus User Manual PDF

Motorola One Fusion Plus User Manual PDF / User Guide Available soon
Maybe the dress is not much heard in recent years. However Motorola is still releasing new smartphones, especially for the United States and Europe markets. After the flagship release with the curved display, Motorola Edge, they now update the Motorola One series of lines, presenting the Motorola One Fusion Plus. This Smartphone features a distraction-free display.

Motorola One Fusion Plus User's Manual 

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Description Motorola One Fusion Plus User Manual Guide
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Yup, the front camera is laid out secretly on the body part of the smartphone, using a pop-up mechanism. Models like these are usually adopted for flagship smartphones, but later are very rare. This is because the use of pop-up cameras makes smartphones can not be waterproof, or equipped with certain certifications. The difference is, use this Motorola on their middle-class smartphones.

The Motorola One Fusion Plus has a 6.5 inch screen full of no notch or punch-hole. The resolution is quite high that is full HD +, and despite not using the AMOLED panel, the screen already supports HDR10 standards for good visual quality when watching movies from Netflix or the like. If you notice the photo above, the body layer looks a little shiny. Yes, this smartphone has a plastic-material body, not a glass with metal combinations.

In the racetrack sector, this smartphone should be able to flex apps and games with relative ease. The Chipset used is the Snapdragon 730 from Qualcomm, very enough for a middle-class smartphone. The RAM and internal memory owned by Motorola One Fusion Plus is also quite extensive, each 6GB & 128GB. Still lacking? There is a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 1TB.

On the back side, there are four cameras placed parallel. Its main sensor is 64MP f/1.8, accompanied by an 8MP f/2.2 Ultra wide-angle camera with a wide angle of 115 degrees, a 5MP F/2.4 macro & 2MP camera as a depth sensor. Underneath, there is a Motorola logo that also serves as a fingerprint sensor. While the pop-up camera has a pretty high resolution at 16MP.

Although NFC is not yet equipped, Motorola One Fusion Plus still has a 3.5 mm audio jack, as well as a shortcut key to access the Google Assistant. The battery capacity is ample, 5,000 mAh, and supports 15W TurboPower fast charging via the USB-C port. This speed is presumably a little less compared to today's smartphones that at least the average supports up to 18 watts.

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