ZTE Axon M launches in China this Saturday, Europe by the end of the quarter

Peter, 16 January 2018

The foldable ZTE Axon M launched on AT&T first, that was in November. Today, ZTE held a ceremony at the 258m tall Olympic Tower in Beijing to announce that the M will be available in China very soon – January 20.

Locals will be able to snag a unit online from MyZTE.com and JD.com. Offline, China Telecom stores will be carrying the dual-screened device.

ZTE Axon M launches in China this Saturday, comes to Europe by the end of the quarter

Later this quarter (January-March), the ZTE Axon M will come to Europe as well. It will be available on Vodafone, TIM and other “leading carriers”. More names should be named (prices too) as we get closer to the launch.

This phone earned ZTE a CES 2018 Innovation Award and the company wants to build more foldable phones.


Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 18 Jan 2018
  • FXM

Stupid idea. not practical

This concept still weird no matter what. It is okay for multitasking centric phone but for other purposes is too strange. I would be happy to use it though. Dual app and full screen. No need split screen. I can chat and search things or watch video w...

  • Kiyasuriin
  • 17 Jan 2018
  • 6qW

I believe only the main piece will get a case. (9mm thick) while the flipable part will not be covered. (3.2mm). the hinge will have to cut a bit in the side of the case to be able to be opened. so it's not THAT bad.

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