If you’re bored with your standard candybar smartphone and miss the days when phones came in all shapes and sizes, the new ZTE Axon M might appeal to you. It’s basically a clamshell smartphone, but instead of a keyboard, ZTE Axon M has a second screen that can be used in a variety of ways. It’s a bold innovation, but does it really make sense for the average user? Here are our ZTE Axon M first impressions.
The new ZTE smartphone is obviously quite chunky, and reminded us of Nokia’s old 9000-series Communicator phones at first glance. All the demo units at ZTE’s MWC 2018 event were tethered, and so we couldn’t get an idea of how this phone might fit in a pocket though we don’t think it will be very comfortable.
This article was sourced from Gadgets360