First Foldable smartphone, ZTE Axon M appears on FCC
Coming weeks after the likes of Samsung and LG, both South Korean tech companies have been reported to be working on a foldable smartphone, ZTE appears to have taken the lead as the tech company’s foldable smartphone, the ZTE Axon M has been spotted on certification website, FCC.
The device which was spotted on FCC has also been hinted to be coming into the market soon as speculations exist that the tech company may be looking at launching the device in October.
The possible October launch of the ZTE Axon M comes after the company was revealed to be hosting an event on October 17, according to an information on its website.
The Axon Multy which will come into the market running on the Android Nougat OS version 7.1.2, will come packing a 6.8-inch display with full HD (1080p) resolution.
Under the hood, the first foldable smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor under the hood which could be paired with 4GB of RAM and an onboard storage memory capacity pegged at 32GB with support for microSD card for memory expansion.