ZTE Axon M Dual screen foldable smartphone

ZTE has launched a foldable smartphone with dual screen technology that enables the true power of multitasking.

Two identical 5.1 inch displays combine to provide a 6.75 inch display.

It also has a 20 megapixel camera.

ZTE is ranked by independent industry analysts as the fourth-largest supplier of mobile devices in the U.S. overall, and second-largest supplier of prepaid devices.

The ZTE Axon M is being sold for about $750 by cellphone provdiders,

5 thoughts on “ZTE Axon M Dual screen foldable smartphone”

  1. I was wondering when somebody would try a split screen approach. There’s demand for bigger displays, but we’re getting past the point of portability in pockets. Looks like this one has a pretty large bezel though, this approach won’t really take off until it is bezel-less, at least on the screen’s adjacent sides.

    The other approach, probably still a few years away, is an OLED flexible screen that can be unrolled.

  2. Looks a little bulky to me. Recently my Samsung Galaxy S6 started acting like a punk, so I went to Walmart and bought a pay-as-you-go smartphone. Well all I can say is that this message was brought to you on a low-end ZTE device, and I really can’t tell the difference. Screen resolution low and the speakers are cheap but, $70? $70 and it does everything? I’m going to use it out of principle! Got all my apps installed and the S6 is still a punk after changing the battery. Actually I’m just low on cash. Family just got +1.

    • Capitalism is predicated on driving down costs. Yet Capitalists think being irrational and paying over the odds for consumer products is a sign of success. – Go figure.

      • You got a link to a capitalist who thinks that paying too much is a sign of success?

        Or is it capitalists who think that other people paying too much for the capitalist’s product is a sign of success for the capitalist?

        Clearly I’m going to tell people to pay a lot of money for what I am selling, but that is just marketing, not a sign of what I actually think is a smart thing to do.

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