ZTE Hawkeye likely to get redesigned, crowdfunded anew
After disappointment and much lashing out, ZTE is listening to its customers-to-be when it comes a crowdsourced “reading phone.”
ZTE Hawkeye fails to inspire crowdfunding, many complain about design
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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While the HTC Vive gets new tools, Samsung and Google make a Chromebook together and ZTE preps us for a smartwatch. Pocketnow has it all covered.
ZTE’s Project CSX is now known as Hawkeye and launches on Kickstarter
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.
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ZTE Project CSX Phase Two working on “SpiderPhone,” Android Powerglove, VR diving mask
Would you want a phone that can stick anywhere and a display only you can read? How about a powerglove to learn how to play piano? Or a VR diving mask?
ZTE will sell something crowd-designed next year if Project CSX goes to plan
Project CSX is ZTE’s effort to have a community dream up, then build out a product. Sometime next year, the manufacturer will produce and sell it.