Motorola’s Lenovo ThinkPhone delivers an experience when used with ThinkPad that iPhone and Mac owners can enjoy.

Lenovo and Motorola created something new at the CES technology show in Las Vegas. The company has flashed a phone called ThinkPhone, whose name is not coincidentally similar to ThinkPad, as the company intends for the device to be a phone equivalent of a laptop.

The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor powers the phone with a 6.6-inch OLED display. There are two cameras on the back — a 50MP wide unit and a 13MP wide angle — and the system is powered by a 5,000mAh battery. The mobile phone runs on Android 13, but the device seems to be a really interesting development not because of that, but because of its usability.

the the edge According to his report, the phone has features that make it as easy to transfer content between ThinkPhone and ThinkPad as it is between iPhone and Mac. This is offered, for example, by the Unified Clipboard function, which shares all images, text, scanned documents or videos copied to the clipboard with the phone using the ThinkPad. Thanks to this, we can immediately insert it into the desired place on the other side.

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The solution is part of the function called Think 2 Think, which practically connects the two devices. Thanks to this, the phone can be used as a webcam.

It is not yet known how much the ThinkPhone will cost.

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