It's the first co-branded phone from Motorola that arrives nine years after Lenovo purchased the Motorola brand for $2.91 billion. The smartphone offers "a suite of productivity features designed to play nice with ThinkPad laptops."
The ThinkPhone looks like a mainstream flagship phone, even though it's priced just below the likes of the $799 Samsung Galaxy S23. It comes with a big 6.6-inch 1080p OLED with up to 144Hz refresh rate. It comes with an aluminum frame, Gorilla Glass on the front panel, and Lenovo's signature textured aramid fibre back panel for a softer touch.
The device is IP68 rated for strong dust and water resistance, and it's also MIL-STD-810H compliant to protect against falls and more extreme conditions.
In addition to the ThinkPad-like look and feel, there's a red key on the side of the phone in a nod to Lenovo's classic keyboard nub. You can customise it to a degree: a double-press can be assigned one of the phone's ThinkPad integration features, while a single-press can act as an app shortcut.
The ThinkPhone is available first to enterprise customers, with general availability tomorrow from Motorola.com.