Lenovo may be manufacturing a ThinkPhone

In lieu of the ThinkPad, this phone is also targeted for business owners.

Rumors tell that Lenovo may be manufacturing a rugged business phone called the ThinkPhone. The phone is to be branded under Motorola, which Lenovo acquired in 2014 from Google. The phone may be launched as the Motorola Edge 40 in some areas, but globally, it would be the Motorola ThinkPhone. The design mimics that of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon series of laptops

According to The TechOutlook, the phone has a 6.6in. POLED screen, an aluminium frame and weighs around 189g, which is somewhat heavy for a phone.

The screen has a dot cutout housing the 32MP camera with autofocus and it will have a 50MP (f/1.8, omni-directional PDAF, OIS) + 13MP (ultrawide) + 2MP (depth) camera setup at the back. The phone is also expected to carry fast wireless charging alongside fast charging and a USB-C port. The phone is a flagship, so it is expected to use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset paired with 8 or 12GB RAM and storage options starting at 128GB

As a rugged phone, it comes with an IP68 water/dust resistance. It appears that it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner, FaceID, and stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos enhancement. It does not have a headphone jack. While it does support 5G, it is still unknown whether it will support both mmWave and sub-6GHz signals.

The phone is still in the rumor mill, but if these specifications are true, expect a launch in 2023.

Source: Tech Outlook