Remember ThinkPad, it is Lenovo’s best selling laptop of all time, and maybe of all time– but now, there’s the ThinkPhone…
Lenovo is well-known for its computers, but the company is less well-known for its cellphones. The business does produce gaming phones under the Legion PC brand, but only in China.
The Chinese OEM appears to be taking smartphones seriously, as they want to release a new ThinkPhone model. Given that it has received China’s 3C certification, the Lenovo smartphone may be released very soon.
The Lenovo ThinkPhone has showed up with the model number XT2309-1 on China’s webpage for 3C certification. The device will ship with a 68W charger, according to the listing.
Surprisingly, the 3C listing indicates that Motorola will produce the product. For the benefit of those who are unaware, Lenovo owns Motorola.
Another report claims that the Motorola smartphone with the model number XT2309-1 is known under the codename “Bronco.” It’s likely to make its debut in the next Edge series.
This implies that there may be two versions of the phone available at launch, one offered as a Motorola device and the other as a Lenovo phone.
A design rendering of the Lenovo ThinkPhone was recently published. The bottom right corner of the device’s back panel is where the “ThinkPhone” branding can be seen.
Three cameras and an LED flash are housed in a rectangular camera module on the phone. The design of Lenovo’s ThinkPhone may change in the future as this is most likely an early rendering.
Motorola Bronco may ship with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 engine, FHD+ display with 165Hz refresh rate, and up to 12GB of RAM, according to a previous report. The device might include a 50MP main camera, a 13MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and either a 2MP or a macro depth sensor.
We can anticipate these specifications if the ThinkPhone is really a Motorola phone that has been given a new name.