Lenovo's ThinkPad series of corporate laptops is a top-rated lineup of corporate laptops. The company offers a plethora of high-end rugged laptops under the branding all over the world, and now the company has added a new device to the series. Lenovo has announced the first co-brand phone, the Thinkphone by Motorola, which includes the iconic red button. Lenovo bought Motorola nine years ago and has never attempted to enter the smartphone market, but that is about to change. According to the company, the handset is primarily concerned with security and features. Here are some additional details about the phone.
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The recently released smartphone has a rugged design that is similar to the laptop series. The company claims that the lightweight aramid fibre used at the back is stronger than steel. The device's frame is made of aircraft-grade aluminium, which is the strongest of the materials used.
In terms of specifications, the Motorola Thinkphone has a 6.6-inch OLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate, a resolution of 2400x1080, and support for HDR10+. Furthermore, the display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus and features a punch-hole cutout design in the centre to accommodate the selfie camera sensor.
The Thinkphone by Motorola is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, as well as up to 12GB RAM and 512GB storage. In addition, the handset is MIL-STD 810H and IP68 certified, making it water and dust resistant. The certifications guarantee that the device can be used underwater and at high temperatures. Thinkphone has a massive 5,000mAh battery, as well as 68W fast charging and 15W wireless charging.
In terms of cameras, the Thinkphone has a triple rear camera setup that includes a 50MP primary camera with PDAF and OIS, as well as a 13MP ultra-wide lens and a Macro sensor. The smartphone has a 32MP camera on the front for selfies and video calls.
According to the company, the Thinkphone will be available in Europe, Latin America, the United States, the Middle East, Australia, and a few Asian countries in the near future.