ZTE Axon Multy with dual-screen design coming soon to AT&T
Reportedly, the ZTE Axon Multy is a horizontal clamshell with two 1920 x 1080 pixel screens that normally sit on the phone's front and back, respectively. When the device is unfolded, the screens form a 6.8-inch flat display area - which, to be fair, isn't much larger than what many of today's smartphones offer thanks to just one screen (the 6.3-inch Samsung Galaxy Note 8, or the 6-inch LG V30 are very fine examples in this regard).
It's said that AT&T plans to ask $650 for the ZTE Axon Multy, presenting it as a phone that's perfect for media consumption, including DirecTV content. The handset will likely run Android, but it's not clear if it's Oreo, or Nougat.
Will consumers want a smartphone like the ZTE Axon Multy? It's hard to tell, but the device may have a hard time fitting in, as there are already plenty of great smartphones out there that cost around $650, or even less, while offering screens large enough for adequate media consumption.
source: Venture Beat