ZTE’s folding smartphone pass through FCC

If you have been waiting for a folding dual-screen phone ZTE will soon deliver a legitimate contender on the AT&T network.

A few weeks ago we heard that ZTE would finally bring the dream of a dual-screen folding smartphone that transformed to a tablet to life.

The device will feature 2 1080P screens that when opened up for a 6.8-inch tablet or run 2 apps simultaneously and eschew the complexities of a flexible screen for a more pragmatic near bezel-less display that is still in close approximation when opened up.

The handset has now passed through the FCC, with the device expected to me available for sale on the AT&T network imminently.

A picture of the ZTE Axon Multy has leaked previously, courtesy of Android Authority, showing an attractive if somewhat thick device.

The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage and a 3120 mAh battery, with a 20-megapixel camera, and ZTE is expected to announce the handset this month on the AT&T network.

The device is set to retail for the knockdown price of $650, aimed at promoting AT&T’s DirectTV streaming TV service.

Via Pocketnow.com

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