During CES earlier this month, Lenovo unveiled the ThinkPhone by Motorola, a high-end phone aimed at the business market. It has a mature and stable appearance, with good specifications and configurations, which attracted the attention of many netizens. There was news at the time that Lenovo might only be sold to corporate customers, and may not be sold in general retail channels.
Famous whistleblower Roland Quandt revealed yesterday that Motorola plans to launch the ThinkPhone by Motorola in retail markets in individual countries. Although he did not name which countries, he said that it will be on sale before the end of this month. Although general consumers are finally expected to buy this mobile phone based on Lenovo ThinkPad laptops, the retail version is said to have relatively weak specifications, only 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. When ThinkPhone by Motorola was released, the official specifications included a 6.6-inch OLED screen with 2,400 x 1,080 resolution, supporting 144Hz refresh rate, paired with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 8/12GB RAM and 128/256/512GB storage.
The built-in 5,000mAh battery supports 68W wired and 15W wireless charging, MIL-STD-810H military certification, and IP68 waterproof and dustproof body, with Aramid fiber back and aviation-grade aluminum metal frame, and Gorilla Victus tempered glass to protect the screen. The phone is equipped with a 32MP selfie lens, a 50MP PDAF OIS main camera, and a 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens.