ZTE's dual screen, the Axon M, has been announced a few months ago, and it is that after the bet that the Chinese firm made when entering as a pioneer in the market of this type of phones, it has not done very well because it has not caused the stir that was expected.
The ZTE Axon M was released on the American market several weeks ago, and it will be dispersed to other countries in a staggered way, being the turn of China this time.
The ZTE Axon M is a folding smartphone with two screens that can work together, independently or mirror mode, showing us the same in the two panels in the latter mode.
But it is not only about two screens on one phone, but also, outside of this, It is a mid-range mobile with somewhat modest specifications and features, but very functional.
The screens that this terminal has are two 2.5-inch 5.2D LCDs with a FullHD resolution at 426 points per pixel, protected with Gorilla Glass.
It comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor quad-core (2x Kryo at 2.40GHz and 2x Kryo at 2.0GHz), 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage space.
As for the camera, it only has a 20MP with f / 1.8 aperture with dual image stabilization and LED flash. This same one serves both as the rear camera and as the front one for selfies and video calls.
In addition, it comes with a 3.180mAh battery with Quick-charge 3, a 3.5mm Jack connector, and runs Android 7.1.2 Nougat.
ZTE Axon M Launch Details
The launch of this device will take place at the Beijing Olympic Tower on January 16 at 7:15 pm (China local time).
The Axon M will also be released in Japan and Europe later this year.