ZTE Axon M price and release date

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ZTE Axon M price and release date

ZTE today unveiled what it calls a "revolutionary" smartphone - the Axon M (previously known as Axon Multy). The handset is foldable, but not in the way that, say, future Samsung phones will be foldable. More exactly, the ZTE Axon M has two separate (flat, non-bendable) 5.2-inch 1080p displays that are joined by a hinge system. All in all, what we have here is a horizontal clamshell that, when wide open, turns into a mini tablet with a 6.75-inch screen diagonal.   

The Axon M seems to be a nice device for media consumption, and its dual speakers certainly help in this regard. One of the phone's highlight features is Dual Mode - allowing you to use the two screens for different tasks simultaneously (like watching a TV show on one screen, and chatting with a friend on the other). However, we don't really think this is enough to revolutionize anything. You can see exactly how this new device functions if you go and check out our ZTE Axon M hands-on (video and more specs included).


In the US, the ZTE Axon M will be exclusively sold by AT&T, costing $24.17 per month for 30 months, or $725 outright. No exact release date was given, but we know that the smartphone will be out sometime in "the next month," running Android 7 Nougat out of the box. The new handset will further be launched in Europe, Japan, and China, likely also starting next month. 

What do you say, is the Axon M an appealing phone at its $725 outright price?

source: AT&T


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