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ZTE Axon M

You're not seeing double. Both these screens belong to one phone, the ZTE Axon M. Available on AT&T in the US for $725 (which converts to about £538 and AU$953), this phone features two displays that fold out.

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Each display measures 5.2 inches. When folded out together, it makes for a 6.8-inch display.

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The Axon M bends outward, with the hinge on top.

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This is what it looks like all closed up.  

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Given the two screens, the phone is thick, and measures 0.48 inches (12.19mm) on its side.

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It's really thick.

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It charges through USB-C.

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Here it is from the top.

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Yes, you spotted that right; there is a headphone jack.

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A look at the phone from its side when the second display is folded out.

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The back with the phone laying completely flat.

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Another look at the back and the mechanisms that fit the two screens tightly together.

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The phone also features a microSD card slot (sorry, no second SIM).

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All the controls are on the left side.

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There is also a quick-launch key that can long press to open any app of your choosing. Double tap it and it launches the camera.

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You can swap viewing modes by pressing the M on the control.

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One mode is mirroring, which allows for both screens to display the same content.

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Flip it like a sandwich board and two people can look at the same website, photos or video at the same time.

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Or use two completely different apps, each on its own screen.

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It works in both portrait and landscape orientations.

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This mode is ideal for multitasking. For instance, looking up a location in Maps while reading an email.

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You can swipe with three fingers to switch the apps from one screen to the other.

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Open it like a tablet and you can expand a single app, like a game, to fill both screens.

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Another look at the expanded mode.

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There is a single 20-megapixel camera on the "main" screen.

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If you want to use the camera as a point-and-shoot, you'll have to flip the phone over first.

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But you can use the same 20-megapixel camera to take selfies too.

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Another closeup look of the camera lens and flash.

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The phone is powered by a Snapdragon 821 chipset and a 3,180mAh battery.

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It comes with 64GB of internal storage and 4GB of RAM. You can expand the memory up to 256GB.

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It runs Android 7.1.2 Nougat at launch.

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Another look at the phone's backside.

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In the US, the Axon M is an AT&T exclusive. At about $725, it also costs about the same as some flagships now like the Pixel 2, iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8. For more info, read CNET's review of the ZTE Axon M.

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