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What the crowd envisioned to be the Hawkeye was not what ZTE brought to Kickstarter. People weren't happy. So, the company listened.
After disappointment and much lashing out, ZTE is listening to its customers-to-be when it comes a crowdsourced "reading phone."
The company took the crowd-developed concept and literally cheapened it so that it could sell for $199. In doing so, it has incurred the wrath of the crowd.
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We've known for a couple of weeks that Hawkeye is the final name of ZTE's crowdsourced Project CSX phone, which now has official specs as well.
The Axon 7 won't get Daydream or it will. Maybe. Also, the Blade V8 Pro and winner of the Project CSX vote, the Hawkeye, also show up at CES 2017.
Well, it's not because of the fact that the phone is up for pre-orders on a crowdfunding site. It's more to do with the watering down of the concept.