The Motorola One Fusion+ is now available in the U.S.

Motorola’s mid-range device costs just under $400

The Motorola One Fusion+ is finally making its way to North America. Already launched in India and select countries in Europe and Latin America, it will be available in American markets starting August 5th.

The Motorola One Fusion+ is the more premium sibling of the Motorola One Fusion. Carrying a 6.5-inch Total Vision Full HD+ IPS display, it boasts of a bezel-less, edge to edge screen for immersive viewing experiences. It also supports HDR10 and is part of the YouTube Signature Devices. This means that the One Fusion+ is optimized to provide the user with the best YouTube experience. The device’s entertainment experience is rounded out with hi-fi speakers that deliver four times better bass and cleaner vocals.

Internally, it’s powered by a Snapdragon 730 that performs 20% faster while remaining power efficient. It’s supported by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It comes with an ultra-clean, bloatware-free version of Android 10 and comes with My UX for further user customization.

In the camera department, the Motorola One Fusion+ sports a quad-camera system consisting of a 64MP ultra-high-resolution main with Quad Pixel technology and Night vision, 8MP ultra-wide-angle, 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor. The front camera comes in the form of a pop-up that houses a 16MP camera with Quad Pixel technology and Night Vision as well.

It packs a large capacity 5000mAh battery that Motorola says can last up to two days. It also supports 18W TurboPower charging technology which provides a couple of hours of usage in just a few minutes of charging.

The Motorola One Fusion+ will be available in universally unlocked units in the US starting August 5th. It’s priced at $399.99 and can be ordered through Motorola’s official website.