The new ThinkPhone, as anticipated, aspires to be the ideal smartphone for ThinkPad users, providing seamless integration and a variety of privacy, security, and production capabilities that are unavailable on other Android handsets. A Motorola smartphone that took design inspirations and branding from Lenovo’s well-known ThinkPad computers was leaked around the end of last month. We didn’t know anything about the gadget at the time. However, Lenovo has now made it public at CES.
ThinkPhone Has Interesting Specifications
The new phone by Motorola is similar to the previously introduced ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 5 in that it has a distinctive appearance and robust build. It boasts an aircraft-grade aluminum frame, an aramid fiber back panel, and Gorilla Glass Victus protection for the display.
Additionally, it is certified to be MIL-STD 810H and has an IP68 grade for dust and water protection. Though you can get these capabilities on a few other rugged smartphones, they don’t make the ThinkPhone stand out. Here’s a short look at the hardware specifications of the ThinkPhone before we discuss its unique features. The ThinkPhone will be equipped with premium hardware, Android 13 out of the box, and a new set of Think 2 Think connectivity features that allow it to work smoothly with Lenovo’s ThinkPad computers.
Along with these features, the ThinkPhone will also include Microsoft 365, Outlook, and Teams preinstalled to assist users in getting going right away after configuring the device. Additionally, Motorola and Microsoft are collaborating to make the ThinkPhone’s distinctive red key push-to-talk capable, enabling users to converse via the Walkie-Talkie app through Microsoft Teams.
The phone is the best option for business customers because it also has a variety of privacy and security capabilities. It includes superior hardware-based and AI-based security solutions like Moto Thread Defence and relies on Lenovo’s ThinkShield security platform to protect user data privacy.