Is this ThinkPad-inspired phone the best for business users? It sure looks like it

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When it comes to smartphones, manufacturers seem to have this preconceived notion that everyone wants a glass slab with aluminum railings, multiple camera lenses, and a design that only gets harder to wield after you throw a case on it. Just look at the iPhone 14 Pro Max or the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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Then, there’s the Lenovo ThinkPhone by Motorola — yes, that’s the actual name — that I’ll respectfully refer to as Motorola ThinkPhone for the rest of this article. It was first introduced at CES in January, where I went hands-on with the ThinkPad-inspired handset and was left with a feeling of positivity. 

After years of selling forgettable Moto G series phones in the low to mid-range markets, Motorola was showing glimpses of playfulness again that even a tech enthusiast like myself couldn’t help but admire. And with the new ThinkPhone, the company has mapped out a feature set that should appeal both to enthusiasts and business users alike. Here’s the breakdown.

ZDNET RECOMMENDS Lenovo ThinkPhone by Motorola

A 6.6-inch Android phone with a slew of security and business-centric features.

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To start, you’re getting the standard wave of flagship ingredients with this Android phone: 128GB base storage (configurable up to 512GB),

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