The Chinese Android smartphone maker, ZTE will be revealing something really amazing on October 17 in an upcoming event at the New York City. The company has started sending out the media invitations for the launch of their newest addition to its Axon line-up, ZTE Axon Multy. While it is avowedly leaked that the device will be possessing a dual-screen display.
Being the Flagship series of the manufacturer, the upcoming dual-screen phone apparently called to be ZTE Axon Multy. With reference to the invite bestowed up with the heading “A Whole New Side Awaits”, a large letter “M” broken into two halves, along with its manufacturer-series note and event details at the bottom. The divided M is regarded to be something different upcoming, could be a two vertically aligned dual-screen for the smartphone.
The Axon Multy is already popped up in several leaks and rumours, with flagship specs and unique design for a fair price tag. As far leaks concerned, the device will have a horizontal clamshell design foldable to its vertical axis, both of 6.8-inch displays having 1920 x 1080 resolution which will be placed at the front and rear of the smartphone with an effective thickness less than 10mm in the folded state too. Eventually, it also makes a great deal with the halves of alphabet “M” in the invitation.
ZTE Axon Multy will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. The device will be packed with a 3,120 mAh battery capacity.
Talking about its optics, this next ZTE flagship will come with a single lens camera of 20MP sensor.
The ZTE Axon 7 successor might be an AT&T exclusive when it is launched, with a price tag of $650(~Rs. 41,616) in the United States. The retailer AT&T is highlighted since they own the DirectTV service making the device suitable to watch carrier’s own-content.
The device is much regarded to as the renewed variant of the Kyocera Echo smartphone. Still, there is no word on its global launch while it could take some more time for the launch or it may depend on how it performs in the US market as well.