Motorola ThinkPhone: Leakers reveal more details and high-quality renders
Evan Blass has revealed more information about the ThinkPhone, having had a major hand in leaking the device. To recap, Blass first showcased the ThinkPhone in October before appearing to contribute to the publication of several marketing images last week. Subsequently, the leaker has shared high-quality renders on Twitter, confirming a few details in the process.
On the one hand, the ThinkPhone has flat sides like the iPhone 14 series and the Xiaomi 13, with Motorola moving away from the design language employed with the likes of the Edge 30 Pro and the Edge 30 Ultra. The same goes for the Moto X40, which Motorola released earlier this month in China. Motorola has paired the ThinkPhone's flat sides with a matching display, within which it has included a punch-hole front-facing camera.
Unfortunately, the ThinkPhone has a comparatively thick bottom bezel, mirroring mid-range Motorola smartphones. On the other hand, Blass' latest leak highlights that the ThinkPhone has a carbon fibre textured back panel in a nod to ThinkPad laptops. The device has four physical buttons too, with Motorola placing a power button and dedicated volume buttons on its right-hand side. It remains to be seen how the ThinkPhone will use its mysterious red button though, which sits between two antenna bands with a textured finish.
Meanwhile, Yogesh Brar has showcased more specifications for the ThinkPhone on Twitter. Brar expects the ThinkPhone to be available globally, although a release date is unknown at this stage. Similarly, Brar claims to have not received confirmation of an Indian launch yet. The list of rumoured ThinkPhone specifications are as follows:
|6.6-inch pOLED1080p resolution144 Hz refresh rate
|Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1
|8/12 GB RAM
|128/256/512 GB storage
|Primary: 50 MP (OIS)Ultra-wide-angle: 13 MP2 MP auxilliary
|5,000 mAh68 W fast charging15 W wireless charging