FCC Approves ZTE’s Dual Display Smartphone

This year so far has been pretty great for smartphone enthusiasts as all of the major manufacturers have released smartphones with satisfying specifications and features. Most recently, both Apple and Google revealed their highly anticipated smartphones and it seems the year is far from over when it comes to surprises with new devices. A recent approval by FCC suggests that we are set to get a different smartphone from ZTE at the end of the year.

According to a latest Federal Communications Commission listing, ZTE is currently working on a smartphone with dual display. The listing suggested that the smartphone will show similar design features of the foldable smartphones although the dual display smartphone will have a dual hinge side by side display to complete a whole display instead of a keyboard. Despite the approval from FCC, there is no official picture of the smartphone in the website or listing of its specifications.

While there is no confirmation till now, previous reports suggested that the smartphone, will be revealed as Axon Multy and will have a dual 1080p display to create its 6.8-inch screen. Despite showcasing two different display, it would be under 10mm thick and would be exclusively offered for AT&T customers. As for specifications, the smartphone will come with Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Additionally, the smartphone will offer a 20MP sensor as the primary camera.

While all these specifications are pretty solid, we will have to wait to see if the company will release the smartphone in the coming weeks as reports suggested that the smartphone will be released in mid-October.

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