As we reported previously, ZTE is close to release the Axon M, its first foldable smartphone. Now, Geekbench has revealed some of the specifications of the phone online. These include 4GB of RAM and an unspecified Qualcomm quad-core processor.
Geekbench scores – while synthetic – are good indicators on how a phone will fair in real world usage, and the ZTE Axon M looks to be a capable device. It got a single core score of 1677, which puts it in between phones with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 and 835 chipsets. Chances are, the Axon M may have a Snapdragon 821 on board.
Other noteworthy hardware include:
- 4GB of RAM
- Two 1080p screens, combined to create a large 6.8-inch 2160 x 1920 screen
- Possibly 32GB of storage
- Android 7.1.2 Nougat
There is a filing with FCC showing how the phone will look like when fully deployed. The phone looks comparable to a 7-inch tablet when fully opened.
With a launch event slated to happen on 17 October in New York, we will share more information once we have it in hand.