Lenovo made the first ThinkPad Android tablet more than 10 years ago. The second one, called the ThinkPad Tablet 2, ran Windows, as did the ThinkPad 8 and 10 tablets that came after it. Leaked renders show that the tech giant may be thinking about using the ThinkPad brand for an Android device again. Lenovo ThinkPhone Renders.
Well, “ThinkPhone” is written on the back, but the red dot on the I makes it clear; that it’s a Lenovo product (which represents the TrackPoint that the laptops are known for). Lenovo’s Legion PC brand is already used for a line of gaming smartphones. ThinkPads, on the other hand, are business laptops. Do business phones still have a market? Tech-savvy people also like ThinkPads, so this phone could also be for them.
The XT-2309, which is shown in the render and has the code name “Bronco,” could also come out under Motorola; which is Lenovo’s preferred brand for Android devices. If that’s the case, this will likely be in the next Edge series.
Lenovo ThinkPhone Specification:
Some of the devices mentioned in earlier rumors were the Bronco and the Canyon. The canyon is probably the Edge 40 Pro; which has a 165Hz FHD+ screen, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor; a 50MP main camera, a 50MP ultra-wide camera, and a 12MP telephoto camera (plus a 60MP selfie). Lenovo ThinkPhone Renders.
The Bronco will be below that and have a similar screen and main camera, but only 13MP ultra-wide and 16MP selfie cameras (no telephoto). It will either use the same 8 Gen 2 chip; as the Canyon or the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip that is already in use.
So, if the Canyon is the Motorola Edge 40 Pro, the Bronco is the Edge 40 Fusion. Will the ThinkPhone be the same thing as the Bronco? For that, the company will need to get a trademark. This will show if Lenovo is serious about starting a new phone series; or if it will just keep using the Motorola brand.