Motorola boasts of resistance and productivity in its Lenovo ThinkPhone

Enter the business market and become relevant to the B2B segment. This is the main objective that Motorola is looking for with its new Lenovo ThinkPhone, a smartphone that the brand announced last January, and that is now available for purchase for a recommended price of 999 euro.

Device designed to meet the needs of the most demanding users in the workplace, the Lenovo ThinkPhone combines the best of Motorola technology with the design and security of the ThinkPad brand, offering good performance and above all, a very interesting bet. for durability, betting on resistant materials such as black carbon or aramid fiber, which gives it great robustness. The phone meets MIL-STD 810H military standards and is IP68 certified against water and dust.

The Lenovo ThinkPhone has a 6.6-inch OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate, which guarantees fluidity and a better experience when working with all types of documents. Inside it houses a Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 processor with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal storage in its maximum configuration.

The battery is another of the strengths of the Lenovo ThinkPhone, since it offers up to 36 hours of autonomy on a single charge and can be quickly recharged with the included charger. The phone also supports reverse charging, which means it can charge other USB-C compatible devices, such as a laptop.

As for the rear camera, the Lenovo ThinkPhone incorporates a dual system made up of a 50-megapixel main sensor and a 12-megapixel secondary sensor with optical zoom. Both sensors have optical and electronic image stabilization, as well as artificial intelligence to improve photos in any situation.

The Lenovo ThinkPhone stands out for its security and personalization. The phone comes with Android 13 installed and promises four years of security updates. In addition, it incorporates the brand’s famous red button (in this case it is located on the side) and can be configured to quickly access the user’s favorite applications or functions.

In the software section, this smartphone incorporates the Think 2 Think suite, a suite of connectivity and productivity tools for professionals, with which full integration between a ThinkPhone smartphone and any Windows laptop is achieved. The suite, which has wireless connectivity service Ready For from Motorola, offers instant and automatic Wi-Fi connection between phone and computer when both are close.

Also a unified clipboard, which allows you to pass between both devices text, images, videos or scanned documents; and even advanced features like using your phone’s camera as a laptop’s webcam, making streaming of applications or even recreate the desktop of the smartphone on any screen.

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