ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone Launched With Dual Full-HD Display

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone Launched With Dual Full-HD Display

SHARE
ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone launched in the US

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone: We have been hearing of many handset makers working on smartphones for a long time. ZTE has, however, achieved the accomplishment. The Axon M would be the company’s first dual-screen smartphone using a hinge. ZTE Axon M has been launched on AT&T in the US and will be available starting next month. The Chinese firm has confirmed that the Axon M will also be making its way.

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone

ZTE is marketing the brand new Axon M and says that it can fit in a pocket when folded. The smartphone includes four modes including Dual mode, which will allow users to utilize two distinct programs on different displays; Extended mode may stream email or lets users play games on a full 6.75-inch full-HD screen; Mirror manner, which allows users to mirror the identical content on either the screen when folded with both screens in different directions, and conventional mode, which permits users to use the apparatus as a conventional smartphone. ZTE Axon M will be available at $24.17 (approximately Rs. 1,600) for 30 months on AT&T Next if they have eligible support.

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone

For specifications, the ZTE Axon M includes 2 5.2-inch double full-HD TFT LCD displays with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. It’s powered by Snapdragon 821 SoC, which might seem slightly obsolete. It comes with 4GB of RAM and packs 64GB inbuilt storage. Interestingly, there’s camera that may be used for rear and also front-facing shots. The back camera includes the f/1.8 aperture.

ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone

The cellular technology ecosystem and consumer habits have developed over the past several decades, but the smartphone experience has only slightly varied during that time until today, with the introduction of the Axon M. Consumers need and expect more from their present smartphone and we’re pleased to collaborate with carriers across the globe and AT&T from the US to change their mobile experience.”