ZTE’s crowdsourced smartphone now up as ZTE Hawkeye
ZTE has launched a Kickstarter project for a smartphone that features eye-tracking and self-adhesive case – the ZTE Hawkeye.
ZTE Hawkeye was originally called Project CSX and kicked off back in CES 2016. It features an eye-tracking technology that lets the user scroll through a website or do basic navigation using just the eyes. Not only that, it also has a self-adhesive case that letting you stick it to a wall in case you’re tired of holding the device.
Other specs include a 5.5-inch Full HD display, dual rear cameras with zoom, Hi-Fi audio, fingerprint scanner, a large battery with quick charging, expandable memory, LTE, and Android Nougat which can be upgraded to latest versions.
At CES 2017, ZTE has announced that the Hawkeye is now available for funding at Kickstarter at kickstarter.zteusa.com for a discounted price of $199. It is expected to ship in September 2017. For more details hit the source link below.