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.
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.
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.