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ZTE Axon M Foldable Smartphone Spotted on Geekbench with 4GB & Android 7.1.2



Not long ago we have seen leaks of a foldable smartphone from ZTE called as Axon M and it was also confirmed to sport Android 7.1.2 Android Nougat operating system. Now the device has leaked on Geekbench and it has been listed with 4GB RAM and will run on a Qualcomm chipset with four cores and is expected to be and Snapdragon 821. The device is going to be unveiled on 17th of October which not very far and many might be excited to see this device.

The Geekbench listing suggested the model number be ZTE Z999 and we need to wait for few more days to get all the details of the handset. It is expected that the device will feature Adreno 530 GPU and also a twin display with a 1080p screen which will be providing a total resolution of 2160 x 1920 pixels. Moreover, we can expect the other features like an internal storage of 32GB which can be extended further. A main camera of 20MP and 8MP selfie camera and could be powered by a 3120 mAh battery.

We could see more and more foldable devices to come in the market in the coming days and see how the customers will be receiving these kinds of devices. The listing also showed that that the single core result of the device is 1677 which between competing with the devices running on Snapdragon 820 and 835 indicating that the device will be something more than a midrange. Similar specs were leaks a few days back that also indicated the device could be sporting a 6.8-inch display.

Moreover, the device is expected to be launched in U.S initially for around $650 but nothing is known about its availability outside the country which is expected to be cleared on 17th of October. So what do you think of this device? Does it excite you? Share your views by commenting below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.



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