It has two displays, two batteries, two headphone jacks, a hinge and all of the creativity that only two years ago could bring.
Research and development has been happening for a long time, but foldable displays still aren't at the stage where they can survive three years of the bends.
China Telecom, Vodafone UK and Telecom Italia are the carrying partners for the foldable smartphone while ZTE and JD in China fly the unlocked banner.
Our publication has a wishlist (of sorts) for 2018 — because if it's for Christmas, you're trying way too hard. Will the mobile technology scene conform to our desires? Check out the trends we're looking at.
Reports are starting to pile up of advanced discussions between Huawei and both AT&T and Verizon for future partnerships, with Xiaomi also in the mix.
If you want to stream HD Netflix movies and shows on your OnePlus 5 or 5T, you'll have to wait for a future software update.
As long as you don't mind paying for the dual-screen ZTE Axon M smartphone over 24 or 30 months, you can get an important discount from Best Buy.
How much does $100 do for you for owning a phone with a second screen that folds out? AT&T's hoping it'll do something for you.
While we continue to wait for an already long overdue Axon 8, a prospective ZTE Axon 7 buyer has been told the 2016 phone is out of production.
In addition to a discount on a well-equipped budget phone, you've got discounts on accessories for the latest foldable smartphone.
More phones that can fold, bend and dance in your hands are coming in the next few years. Are you ready to pay for one? Might want to check the Axon M out.
The foldable Axon M may be a fresh take on what a smartphone can be and it's on AT&T now. But for fans of the Axon 7, there's more to come.
Unveiled less than two weeks ago, the AT&T-exclusive ZTE Axon M is pretty much ready for primetime. Too bad it costs $725 all in all.
The Huawei Mate 10 and ZTE Axon M for AT&T got their launch events this week! We talk about those and BlackBerry's latest moves with CrackBerry Kevin!
This is the Chinese manufacturer's first flagship device on an American carrier ever. ZTE hopes it will unfold into a butterfly.
Watch our initial impressions of the ZTE Axon M. It turns out that bringing back the design of two displays on one phone is not a bad idea any more.
The FCC filings clearly show that the ZTE-made device is intended for AT&T with all cellular bands tested — including Band 30, which is building out.