ZTE Axon M ‘foldable smartphone’ shows up in a FCC listing

ZTE Axon M might be launching very soon, it will be the company's first foldable smartphone

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Highlights

    • ZTE Axon M might be called Axon Multy
    • The device might be launched on October 17
    • The device is said to come with a 6.8-inch display

ZTE is soon expected to launch a foldable dual-screen smartphone, which can be folded in half to be used as a smartphone and unfolded to be used as a tablet. Previously an image of the same had leaked online and gave us our first look at the alleged smartphone, which I personally loved as a concept. The device has been codenamed Axon M (Z999) and has recently received an FCC certification with the FCC ID SRQ-Z999. The listing shows us the terminal diagram, SAR values, labels, and more. The alleged ZTE Axon M is expected to run on Google’s Android 7.1.2 Nougat operating system.

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Image Credits: FCC

Foldable smartphones seem like the next big thing as companies like Samsung are also planning to launch a foldable smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy X. The ZTE Axon M which is also being called the Axon Multy is expected to launch very soon, and some reports say that the Axon M will be launching on October 17, however, we weren’t able to verify these reports.

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If the previously leaked images and the FCC listing are to be believed then the ZTE Axon M will come with a hinge-like setup which will join both the displays. Also, in the previous reports, we get to know that the device will feature a 6.8-inch foldable display with a resolution of 1920×2160 pixels. However, we currently don’t know much about the device as to what price will it be launched at or what specifications will it ship with.