Chinese manufacturer, ZTE, has been struggling to get back its former position in the smartphone market after the US ban was lifted many months ago. The company is still on its way back and it may take some time before it gets to its former status. Today, the company slashed the price of its flagship Axon M by a whopping 2900 Yuan ($430). It is very rare to see such a price cut in the smartphone industry. ZTE AXON M was released on January 16, 2018, and its initial price was 4,888 yuan ($725) for the 6GB+128GB version.
After more than a year, the price of ZTE AXON M has been greatly reduced. This smartphone is now listed for 1988 yuan ($295), a price cut of 2900 Yuan ($430). The biggest highlight of ZTE AXON M is the foldable design which consists of two screens connected by a hinge in the middle of the screen. Each screen has a resolution of 1080P and a screen size of 5.2 inches. Once expanded, it can be transformed into a 6.8-inch smartphone. The device provides four modes: classic mode, large screen mode, split-screen mode, and mirror mode. In the split screen mode, the two screens of ZTE AXON M can run different applications separately, without interference.
The ZTE AXON M is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor coupled with 4GB/6GB of RAm and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. It has a 3180 mAh battery capacity that supports QC3.0 fast charge.