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Motorola's impressively powerful Lenovo ThinkPhone breaks down at a cheaper price


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Whether your current phone is broken or dented, or you simply want your next phone to be tough enough to handle the toughest situations, but don't want to compromise on specs at the same time, it's hard to think of a better option than the Lenovo ThinkPhone. Now is the best time to buy the phone as Motorola is offering a huge discount on it.
Released earlier this year, the ThinkPhone is a business-oriented smartphone with a special focus on durability, security and performance.

It has a 6.6-inch display with a fast 144Hz refresh rate and packs a massive 5,000mAh battery that lasts for more than a day. It charges at 68W and requires just 52 minutes to fully charge.

The phone runs on the premium and highly efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor and handles everything without any hiccups.

As for what makes the phone special, despite its slim design, it has a tougher build than other 2023 phones. It can withstand extreme stresses such as extreme temperatures and shock.

ThinkPhone comes with several PC integration features that professionals may find useful. The physical red key can be pressed to connect the phone to a computer, although it can be reprogrammed to launch any application. With Motorola's Ready For feature, you can run mobile apps on your PC and transfer content and files between devices.

You also get useful enhanced security and privacy features like creating a PIN-protected folder. The phone will be supported for four years.

The 8GB/256GB ThinkPhone is usually priced at $699.99, but Motorola has temporarily lowered the price to $399.99, letting you save $300. This is a really good price for a phone with fast performance, a large screen, great battery endurance, a sturdy design, and multi-functionality with computers.

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