Lenovo expands the Think family further with its own business phone called the ThinkPhone.
Lenovo has an extensive portfolio of business-oriented products under the Think line. There’s the legendary ThinkPad, along with desktops like the ThinkCentre and laptop variants like the ThinkBook. Lenovo is one of the few brands that believe in business-oriented products, which made them decide to launch a business phone called the ThinkPhone.
While it’s technically based on a Motorola phone (it looks similar to Motorola’s recent Edge phones), The ThinkPhone has a more rugged build with its aircraft-grade aluminum frame and aramid polymer back panel that has a carbon fiber pattern to maintain its premium look. It’s meant to complement the ThinkPad X1, which has the same carbon fiber pattern. There’s also a red button on the side key, which is meant to reference the iconic TrackPoint and functions as a customizable key.
As for the phone itself, the ThinkPhone utilizes a previous-generation Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor with up to 12GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. The display is a 6.6-inch pOLED panel with a fast 144hz resolution and a punch-hole for the 32-megapixel shooter. The rear camera setup is pretty simple that consists of a 50-megapixel main camera with OIS and a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera that also functions as a macro camera.
There’s no official pricing and availability yet for the ThinkPhone, but Lenovo is set to make it available in various regions including Asia.