Smartphone design language has slowly been evolving with the bezel-less display being the most trending aspect we have seen this year. While OEMs are putting efforts bring innovation in the smartphone arena with foldable smartphones being the recent most that have been hovering on the Internet. With smartphone brands filing patents for handsets with foldable display design, Chinese tech company ZTE might have a foldable smartphone under its sleeves.
According to sources from Android Authority, ZTE might unveil a foldable smartphone next month. The phone with codename Axon Multy might be launched as Axon M. The device is said to have two screens, both Full HD (1080 x 1920 pixel. When the phone is fully open, it will form a flat 6.8-inch display area with 1920 x 2160 pixels. The two screens might have the ability to show different apps at the same time, offering a ‘superior multitasking experience’. Android Authority points out that when folded, the handset looks to function as a regular smartphone with a relatively sleek frame.
Under the hood, the device could have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage space, and a 3120 mAh battery. ZTE has scheduled an event in New York on October 17th, and it is widely expected that the company might show off the Axon M foldable smartphone to the world. Reports earlier have suggested that the new handset might cost around $650 and it could exclusive to US mobile carrier AT&T.