Smartphone company ZTE has launched their latest smartphone on Kickstarter, this may seem unconventional but ZTE does nothing the conventional way. The company has allowed the internet to make several choices about the phone itself, including the name, Hawkeye.
As Techcrunch reports, this is definitely an interesting way for a company to create their product and one that shouldn’t disappoint, especially to the people who helped create it. One of the larger features of this device is the eye following technology that moves your screen as you are reading something, completely hands off.
You can back this project today, and for a pledge of $199 you can get your hands on the Hawkeye by the third quarter of 2017, according to TechCrunch. Do you like what ZTE is doing with this product? Do you think letting people on the internet pick the name and make choices for a device is too much? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to stay up to date on all of TD’s CES Coverage and keep us on your radar for all of your latest news in the technology world.
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