Chinese smartphone maker ZTE is all set to launch the world’s first foldable smartphone, Axon M on October 17 this year. The ZTE Axon M smartphone was recently spotted on the popular benchmarking site Geekbench which reveals some of its specifications.
The smartphone performs reasonably well on benchmark testing and obtains 1677 score for single-core and 4130 for multi-core score respectively. The listing also indicates that the ZTE Axon M smartphone will be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 821 chipset paired with Adreno 530 GPU and 4GB RAM.
About ZTE Axon M
The ZTE Axon M is listed on the website with a model number ZTE Z999 and it’s expected to run on Android 7.1.2 operating system. The ZTE Axon M smartphone has been subjected to numerous leaks and rumours in recent time. The smartphone is expected to packs dual full HD screen panels providing a total resolution of 2,160 x 1,920 pixels. Moreover, some reports have indicated that the handset will be powered by the Snapdragon 821 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM.
In terms of optics, the ZTE Axon M may packs with dual 16MP sensor on the rear. While upfront, the smartphone may be equipped with 13MP selfie snapper. Moreover, the Axon M is likely to launch in two ROM variants i.e. 32GB and 64GB. The smartphone may backed by a 3120 mAh non removable Li-ion battery.
According to the FCC, the Axon M’s dual displays are connected by a hinged mechanism which would add durability on prolonged uses. The smartphone features a 6.8-inch double-display with overall diagonal measurement of 197mm. The smartphone will measure at 197mm x 150mm x 140mm. The overall aesthetics of the device looks promising and unique.
In smartphone business, innovation act as a major key to success. The OEMs like Samsung, Apple, and LG regularly come up with some technological advancement in their devices to enjoy first mover advantage but sometime a big leap in innovation may leads to failure, just like LG G5’s modularity.