Lenovo ThinkPhone, a MOTOROLA smartphone that looks like a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop, has been unveiled.
ThinkPhone has a 6.6-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2400×1080 and a refresh rate of 144Hz. The screen also offers HDR10+ support.
The ThinkPhone is powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip and has either 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage.
The ThinkPhone comes in a charcoal black color and has special red buttons that can be customized to perform different tasks – open the Walkie Talkie app with Microsoft Teams or open business or field apps. The back is designed with lightweight aramid fiber, while the frame is made of aviation-grade aluminum. Facade covered with Gorilla Glass Victus. The back is decorated with a special ThinkPhone Logo.
The ThinkPhone is also IP68 and MIL-STD 810H certified, so it can withstand falls of up to 1.25 meters and swims in 1.5 meters of water for 30 minutes.
The MOTOROLA ThinkPhone has a built-in 5000mAh battery that supports 68W wired charging and 15W wireless charging, IT Home has learned. The required wired charger is included in the box.
In terms of camera, the ThinkPhone has a 50MP f / 1.8 main camera with 4-in-1 pixels, resulting in a 2.0μm pixel size. The camera supports both PDAF phase detection autofocus and OIS optical buffering. There is also a 13MP f / 2.2 ultra-wide Angle lens that supports macro shooting. It’s a 32MP self-timer with autofocus on the front.
The ThinkPhone is not just a new brand, but also has integration with Lenovo ThinkPad laptops, including Think connectivity based on MOTOROLA Ready For. Allows you to sync your ThinkPhone to your ThinkPad and transfer copied text, photos, documents, as well as drag and drop files, share notifications, use your phone as a webcam, and open any Android application on your Windows laptop screen.
The ThinkPhone will come pre-loaded with the Microsoft 365, Outlook and Teams apps.
The Moto KeySafe stands alone and adds a layer of security – keeping pins and passwords, encryption keys, and other sensitive data in a tamper-proof environment.
Finally, Moto OEMConfig or Moto Device Manager will allow IT administrators to remotely configure ThinkPhones for enterprise customers.
The MOTOROLA ThinkPhone will be available in the United States, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Australia and some Asian countries in the coming months. Lenovo hasn’t disclosed the price yet, but since it’s a B2B device, it’s primarily for businesses.