ZTE Axon M, first foldable smartphone visits FCC


Expected to be launched soon, ZTE upcoming dual screen foldable smartphone, codenamed Axon M (Z999) has recently received FCC certification with FCC ID – SRQ-Z999. The FCC listing reveals all terminal diagrams, SAR values, labels, etc. The ZTE Axon M will run on Android v7.1.2, Nougat.

In the past, there were rumours all over the internet that smartphone manufacturers are planning to foray into developing foldable smartphones in the coming months. Samsung Galaxy X series is one of the upcoming foldable smartphones. Now, amidst all this, ZTE upcoming phone, codenamed Axon M (Multy), is expected to hit the retail shelves soon. ZTE is rumoured to launch its Axon M smartphone on October 17, featuring dual-screen foldable smartphone. A couple of rumoured photos have already available on the web.

The smartphone is expected to feature a hinge-like setup on the side that attaches the secondary display. As per the leaked photo on FCC, the phone will sport dual display (probably Full HD). Previous leaks suggest that the smartphone will flaunt a 6.8-inch display with a screen resolution of 1920×2160 pixels.

Unfortunately, there’s no word on the specifications or pricing as of now.


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