ZTE Axon M Foldable Phone with Two Displays Appears in Real Photos


October 17th is approaching and so is the big day for ZTE. The Chinese company headquartered in Shenzhen is indeed seeing two of their sub-brands – Axon and Nubia – launching each a new smartphone. According to the latest rumors, Axon might have the most interesting device though – namely called Axon M.

The Axon M will be a really innovative handset – at least in the smartphones world – as it’ll be featuring two screens that fold out to form a larger one. The two display will have a total 6.8-inch size when combined with 2160 x 1920px resolution. Obviously, when folded its footprint will cut in half, making it the most compact 6.8-inch phone.

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The Axom M – which stands for Multy – will be different from Samsung’s Galaxy X foldable screen project we’ve seen in the past, indeed the two screens are independent from each other; hopefully the bezel in-between won’t be a problem.

Goes without saying that when folded the Axom M will be featuring a display on the front and one on the back. So kind of like a YotaPhone but with a full-color real display.

Axon’s handset is expected to be exclusive to AT&T in the US, going to sell for $650. Rumors say it’ll be equipped with a Snapdragon 820 chipset (or 821), 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage; the battery should instead be 3120mAh, will that be enough for two screens?

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