Lenovo ThinkPhone: Design and specifications leak for future flagship smartphone
Evan Blass shared more details about 'Bronco', a device that the leaker revealed in June alongside 'Canyon'. As we discussed at the time, Blass believed that both models would launch under the Edge 40 series, although we suspected that Bronco could be a Moto G200 successor instead, given that Blass claimed it would rely on the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, not the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
While Blass claims that Bronco is 'almost certainly' a member of the Edge series, the smartphone may also receive a second release as the Lenovo ThinkPhone. This time, Blass has published a pre-release marketing render in which the 'ThinkPhone' branding can be seen. Additionally, the device has three rear-facing cameras set within a curved back panel and a flat display that contains a centred punch-hole front-facing camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Incidentally, the appearance of the latter suggests that the ThinkPhone has an AMOLED or OLED display, rather than an IPS one. Reputedly outputting at 1080p, the display will be joined by up to 12 GB of RAM, 50 MP primary, 13 MP ultra-wide-angle, 2 MP depth and 16 MP front-facing cameras. Allegedly, there is a chance that the ThinkPhone and its Motorola equivalent could arrive with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 too, not the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. Currently, Lenovo is expected to unveil the ThinkPhone in 2023; it remains to be seen in what markets the device will be available, though.
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