After reaching just 7% of its goal of $500,000, ZTE has finally canceled the Kickstarter campaign for its crowd-funded Hawkeye, which was codenamed Project CSX. It may re-launch with better specs.
ZTE could rethink the design and specifications of its crowdsourced smartphone, Hawkeye, as it failed to impress backers on Kickstarter due to the device's mid-range specifications.
ZTE launched a Kickstarter campaign for its Hawkeye crowd-sourced phone earlier this month at CES. The campaign isn't going well, and the company is now apologizing for its mistakes.
A couple weeks ago at CES 2017, ZTE announced that the name of its crowd-sourced 'Project CSX' phone would be called Hawkeye. Today, the company has released a spec sheet for the handset.
After announcing Project CSX back in November, ZTE today said that it will be calling its 'crowd-named' phone Hawkeye, and it will also be launching a Kickstarter campaign beginning today.