ZTE's new Axon M smartphone looks fairly standard at first glance, but look closer and you see it has not one, but two full displays. Both the front and the back of the phone have 5.2-inch, 1080p screens, and there's a hinge connecting them that allows the back screen to be flipped out and put next to the front screen, creating a larger, tablet-like device. ZTE has built software to run a single app across both screens, or run two apps at the same time to make the most of the Axon M's unique form factor. The M will be available on AT&T later this year.
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