Motorola One Fusion+ made in India and made for India- 17062020

Mumbai- With a successful track record of providing its customers with best in class and innovative mobile experiences, motorola, today, introduced another premium smartphone in the Indian market – the new motorola one fusion+. Developed in Motorola’s design headquarters in Chicago, U.S.A, One fusion+ is truly a made-in-India smartphone that has been made-for-India through customised features designed to cater to the needs and desires of the Indian consumer with specific changes such as the Snapdragon 730G chipset and the top end 6GB RAM to deliver an extremely competitive feature set that exceeds expectations on all parameters. This is the 4th consecutive launch from Motorola in less than 2 months after razr, edge+ and g8 power lite and is set to take the Indian smartphone market by storm.

Motorola has equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery to keep the creative flow on. This product offers over two days worth of power without the worry of plugging in. It also comes with Turbo Power that gives you 11 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging3, so you never miss a thing. Consumers can capture sharper, brighter photos from any angle and in any light with a hi-res 64 MP camera system. Motorola one fusion+ boasts of a unique and immersive 6.5” Total Vision Full HD+ display. motorola one fusion+ brings an incredible edge-to-edge display, Industry-leading Hi-Fi speaker, 6 GB of RAM and many more features . The motorola one fusion+ also comes with a monster 128GB Storage expandable up-to 1TB.

Motorola one fusion+ is also part of the YouTube signature devices, which means that One can enjoy vivid HDR videos, immersive 360 videos, and fast video load times like never before. Motorola one fusion+ will be available in India at an amazing price of just INR 16,999 in 2 color variants – Moonlight White and Twilight Blue. The phone will be available for purchase 12:00PM onwards starting 24th June exclusively on Flipkart.

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