Lenovo-owned mobile phone brand Motorola unveils its new addition to its flagship phones with ThinkPhone, dubbed a business-grade smartphone upgrade.
Motorola posted the smartphone's picture on Twitter with the caption "Business-grade upgrade" to give fans their first glimpse of the phone ahead of its release in the biggest tech event of the year, CES 2023.
ThinkPhone's design boasts a sturdy back panel that flaunts a fiber design with its name "ThinkPhone by Motorola" engraved at the bottom right corner. The smartphone also has an aluminum frame, with the left-side frame sporting a red-colored button that contrasts elegantly with the black handset.
The smartphone will likely feature a 6.6-inch P-OLED display with an FHD+ resolution of 1080x2400 pixels and a 144Hz refresh rate. As previously speculated, ThinkPhone will come preloaded with the Android 13 OS.
With the picture shared by Motorola, it's not clear what the front side would look like, but thanks to previously leaked renders of ThinkPhone, fans have seen a huge screen and its front camera placed at the center towards the top bezel.
This massive leak also revealed the Lenovo Tab Extreme, some upgrades to the Yoga laptop, the Project Chronos, and Lenovo's MagicBay 4K Webcam.
However, Motorola hasn't revealed any specifications of the ThinkPhone yet, but it is already slated to be unveiled at CES 2023, which will commence on January 5th. There is not much time to pass to know more about Motorola's smartphone for business users as the launch is fast-approaching, but it is indeed worth the wait.