Editor’s Choice: ZTE Axon M Foldable Phone

One of the benefits of being Be’n Original, is that sometimes I get the newest gadgets. I have received several phones to review over the years, but none like ZTE’s Axon M.

The phone is foldable. Let that saturate in your thought processes for a minute.

Exclusively on AT&T, the dual 5.2-inch Corning® Gorilla® Glass screens allow you to take multitasking to a completely unique level. You can watch your favorite video streaming service in brilliant 1920 x 1080 (426ppi) resolution while checking your email, updating your Facebook, or tweeting.

The Axon M also comes with an amazing 20-megapixel camera that can shoot spectacular selfies with the beautify effect as well as traditional photography.

If you follow me on Instagram (@benoriginal), I shot my 7-Day Black & White Challenge exclusively with the ZTE phone. The clarity is phenomenal.

However, as an industry renowned audiophile, I have to say you will be hard-pressed to find a better sound quality in any portable device. With built-in Dolby Atmos®, it delivers an audio sharpness across the full spectrum of sound with crisp separation the colors and tones of any song. Even mumble rap is tolerable with this phone.

While rotating the phone to shoot photos is something to get used to, I look forward to seeing what ZTE has planned for the future.

Display size (inches) 5.2-inch Corning® Gorilla® Glass
Resolution (pixels) 1920 x 1080 (426ppi) Colors 16 million

Camera & Video
Live video capture and playback
Record: 4K 30fps, 1080P 30fps, 720P 30fps, VGA 30fps, MMS video 15fps
Playback: 4k 60fps
Front-facing camera
20 MP with 4x zoom

Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 821
Quad-core, 4 @ 2.15GHz

Internal memory storage
Up to 64GB
Expandable memory storage
Up to 256GB

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