Lenovo’s smartphone subsidiary bought from Google, Motorola Mobility, is bringing its intriguing Android mid-ranger in the Motorola One Fusion Plus to its former home country of the United States. That is according to an official announcement from the iconic cellphone brand.
Fortunately, the original value proposition that turned many heads will be largely the same in the United States. That means you can count on an attractive $399 price tag for an unlocked version of the Motorola One Fusion Plus. Which is more than a decent deal for a 6.5-inch phablet with a 16-megapixel selfie camera that pops up like it just escaped from one of Inspector Gadget’s many pockets.
Of course, the rest of the device is pretty promising as well, with its specs sheet being completed by the Snapdragon 730mAh, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a high-capacity 5,000mAh battery. There’s even a 3.5mm headphone jack to boot – you don’t see those on Android smartphones all too often these days. In any case, the Motorola One Fusion Plus will be available on purchase across the United States come August 5th.
You’ll be able to order your unit directly from Motorola Mobility, though Amazon will also be an option, as expected.