Motorola has finally launched its Business Grade premium smartphone, i.e., Motorola ThinkPhone, after being leaked for a while. With the ThinkPhone, Motorola with its ThinkPhone is trying to give the same experience as the Lenovo ThinkPad series with its minimalistic design & features tailored for business professionals.
So let’s dive straight into the Design & Specifications of Motorola ThinkPhone.
Motorola ThinkPhone Design
As we already know the design of the ThinkPhone, let’s go through it quickly! ThinkPhone has a flat display with minimal bezels all around with a centered punch-hole front camera. The power button and volume rockers are on the right, Type-C port is at the bottom.
There’s also a Red button on the phone’s left side, which is reminiscent of the Trackpoint stick present on the ThinkPad series laptops. The phone’s frame is made of Aluminium Aluminium with an Amrid Fibre Inlay plate to provide durability. & the back is made of lightweight Amarid fibre (which is supposedly stronger than steel).
There’s a Squared shaped camera module that houses triple rear cameras with LED Flash in it as well. The back of the phone is curved and has a carbon fibre finish to it. ThinkPhone branding is on the bottom right.
On to the ThinkPhone Specifications & Features.
Motorola ThinkPhone Specifications
ThinkPhone features a 6.6-inch POLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate and FullHD+ resolution, HRD10+ support, and the Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protect it. The smartphone has Dual stereo speakers and supports Dolby Atmos.
The Motorola ThinkPhone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, a 4mm chipset coupled with Adreno 730. ThinkPhone comes with LPDDR5 8/12GB RAM & 128/256/512GB UFS 3.1 Storage. The ThinkPhone runs on Android 13 out of the box and comes in one single color option, i.e., Carbon Black.
For the Cameras – The Motorola ThinkPhone features a triple rear camera setup at the back, which includes a 50MP primary camera with OIS & Phase detection autofocus, a 13MP ultra-wide camera with a 120° field of view which also works as a macro camera!
Finally, there’s a 2MP depth sensor. The phone also supports .5x & 1.0x zoom. At the front, it has a 32MP front camera for taking selfies & video calls.
The ThinkPhone packs a 5,000mAh battery with 68W fast wired charging and supports 15W fast charging as well. Also, it has the 3.1 USB Type-C for all your data transfers and is IP68 dust & water-resistant.
The Motorola ThinkPhone features a MIL-STD 810H rating, so it can survive falls from up to 1.25 meters and a swim of up to 1.5 meters for 30 minutes. The smartphone measures 158.76 x 74.38 x 8.26mm & weighs 188.5 grams.
Motorola ThinkPhonne Features
As I mentioned above, smartphones feature a customizable button which is Red in accent, through which users can access their important business & field apps with just a click.
Motorola in the ThinkPhone also introduced a feature named Think2Think which lets ThinkPhone connect with the ThinkPad laptops seamlessly and allows users to sync notifications, photos, documents, and copied texts from ThinkPad to ThinkPhone
Furthermore, ThinkPad laptop users can also ThinkPhone as a webcam for video calls, and not just only this, users also have the option to run Android apps installed on their ThinkPhone, on the ThinkPad laptop display.
Users will be able to control music and accept or decline calls from the Lenovo ThinkPad laptop. The phones come with Microsoft 365, Outlook and Teams preloaded. Also, there’s a feature named Moto KeySafe for added security which keeps your passwords and pins safe.
The MotoDevice Manager will allow the IT admins to configure the ThinkPhone remotely for business clients.
Now let’s take a look at the Pricing & Availability of Motorola ThinkPad.
Motorola Pricing & Availability
Well, Motorola has not revealed the pricing of its premium Business-grade smartphone, i.e., Motorola ThinkPhone. with that being said, we will update you when Motorola announces the pricing of the ThinkPhone.
Now, as for the Availability of the ThinkPhone, it will be available in the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and select countries in the Asia region in the upcoming months.