Dual-screen foldable ZTE Axon Multy to land in October, exclusive to AT&T

05 September 2017
We haven't seen a new, unique form factor in the smartphone world in a while, and this should provide just that.

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Nintendo DS with calling lolol

  • Joop

They better launch Axon 8 with some new innovations too.

They are way far from what we really want. Lets wait for Samsung

  • AnonD-632062

The Android 2.2 Froyo UI brought back a lot of memories.

  • Wheelie

I would be glad to buy it if I could win the lotto! I like flip phones, would be nice if 1/2 the screen could be touchscreen keypad & allow the other half to be viewscreen. Tired of smartphone keypads that cover the viewscreen. Hope it does well enough to stick around. Sort of cool like a touchscreen tablet instead of a physical keyboard tablet.

  • Anonymous

what are we, stuck in the stone age?

  • Anonymous

Now just missing the d-pad and some buttons.

  • Anonymous

Looks like two Sony Xperia's photoshopped together with their big bezels.

Some just cannot go away peacefully. Dual screen and big bezel devices. Prehistoric.

  • AdamBoy64

Not a bad idea.
Good to see someone trying something different. Hope it works out for them.

  • Anonymous

Old skool.

ZTE's like the Area 51 of smartphones. I don't think I remember ever seeing any leaks besides for the Axon 7s and some low end phones

  • Neo

Hmm, Placing two edge-less screens inside,.. N that could be one productive "Communicator" esque device n much much slimmer. Then again,only If they could get think creative to be productive as well.

AnonD-691126, 05 Sep 2017Hmm, I misread the title as "flexible", not foldable. I alm... moreSame thought here...
What I had in mind was different when they said it was "foldable". LOLZ!
And, whow!!, the phone's thick!

If it was bigger, and had SD 835, and came with Android 8 or 7.1, or had more RAM and ROM, this could have been a flagship killer!(To some extent)...

  • AnonD-514012

Better buy Mi Max2.

  • AnonD-691126

Hmm, I misread the title as "flexible", not foldable. I almost thought flexible smartphones were being made.