Lenovo ThinkPhone, price and distribution rumors


Aaccording to the always reliable Roland Quandt of WinFuture, the smartphone will be available at prices around 1,000 euros although only in certain countries. The price refers to the cut with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. Availability is planned for the end of January at select electronics distributors.

Lenovo ThinkPhone was presented at CES 2023 in Las Vegas, but the Chinese company had not provided details on prices and availability. According to Quandt, the original plan was to distribute it only as an option for corporate supply contracts. It’s not clear what made Lenovo change its mind – maybe just the interest shown during the American fair?

We recall the technical specifications of the device:

  • display: pOLED 6,6″ FHD+ 2400×1080, 394ppi, refresh rate 144Hz, aspect ratio 20:9, screen-body 92,12%, HDR10+, Amazon HDR Playback, YouTube HDR Playback, SGS Low Blue Light, SGS Low Motion Blur
  • mobile platform: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen1
  • memory:
  • os: Android 13
  • connectivity: 5G, WiFi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, GPS
  • dual SIM: Yup
  • waterproof: IP68
  • audio: 2x Dolby Atmos speakers, 2x microphones
  • cameras:
    • front: 32MP, AF, f/2.45, 0.7μm pixel – Quad Pixel 1.4μm
    • rear:
      • Main 50MP, f/1.8, 1μm Pixel, 2μm Quad Pixel, omni-directional PDAF, OIS
      • 13MP ultra wide angle, FOV 120°, Macro Vision, f/2.2, 1.12μm pixels
      • video recording up to 8K @30fps
  • battery: 5,000mAh, TurboPower 68W wired, TurboPower 15W wireless charging
  • dimensions and weight: 158.76×74.38×8.26mm by 188.5g
  • color: Carbon Black
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